We opened the meeting by acknowledging Veteran’s Day.
We are trying something new: we are streaming the meetings live on Facebook. You can watch real-time or view the recording later. Visit the Moss Bay Facebook page for viewing.
Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan
Kari Page discussed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Transition Plan. Kirkland has gone through the entire city and assessed if items such as sidewalks, access to transportation, and restrooms meet the ADA requirements. The transition plan identifies areas that need to be updated as well as the time frame for completing them.
Neighborhood Safety Program
Brad discussed the Neighborhood Safety Program. Moss Bay has three projects under consideration that meet the criteria for the program. In addition to voting in the meeting, surveys were sent to the Moss Bay mailing list. All three projects are proposals to replace crosswalk flags at the following locations with rapid flashing beacons, which are proven to be safer:
Kirkland Urban Update
The firstname.lastname@example.org email address has not been receiving email – we are looking into this asap. In the meantime, you can message or add a comment to the Moss Bay Facebook page.
We are approaching the time when the Moss Bay Neighborhood Plan will be updated. We don’t have an official neighborhood meeting in July but we may need to call a special session with the City to provide feedback.
We voted to approve the officer slate:
Crossing Kirkland event
We will have 3 stations instead of 6 and combine neighborhoods. Moss Bay will be at Google. Station 2 will be just south of Kirkland Avenue (near the overpass). Station 3 will be just north of NE 85th overpass. Visit Crossingkirkland.org for updates and if you’d like to volunteer.
We participated in four City-led feedback sessions that David Wolbrecht and Christian Knight coordinated:
Sustainability Master Plan
Safer Routes to School Action Plans