Camp Second Chance questions, concerns, comments? Community Advisory Committee meets Sunday

For the first time since Seattle city government announced it would extend Camp Second Chance‘s stay at 9701 Myers Way S. at least six more months, the camp’s Community Advisory Committee meets Sunday. While the CAC is not a decisionmaking group – its members are community volunteers – the meetings usually have reps from the city and from camp operator LIHI in attendance, and there’s a community comment period for questions, concerns, etc. The meeting is at 2 pm Sunday (April 7th) in the community room on the east side of Arrowhead Gardens (9200 2nd SW).


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2 Responses to “Camp Second Chance questions, concerns, comments? Community Advisory Committee meets Sunday”

  1. Seems that the documentary “Seattle is Dying” has now enlightened me about these situations. How for much longer do we keep encampments in our neighborhoods (well except for high income areas such as Arroya, Normandy Park), social justice only for the well do..

  2. That TV special had absolutely nothing to do with this camp. But if you have questions/concerns, please come to the meeting. We cover it but that’s no substitute for people showing up to show they’re paying attention.

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