Update: Thursday’s North Highline UAC agenda – Seattle annexation guest postponed

Update: Kenny Pittman will be at the meeting after all.

From North Highline Unincorporated Area Council president Greg Duff, the official agenda for Thursday night’s meeting. He says Kenny Pittman, Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn‘s point person on the potential northern North Highline annexation vote, asked to postpone his appearance till next month:

7:00 p.m. Call to order
Flag salute
Roll call
Approval of agenda
Approval of minutes

7:05 p.m. Public announcements
7:10 p.m. Public comment – 3 minutes for individuals
5 minutes for groups

7:15 p.m. Update from Deputy Jeff Hancock, KCSO
Report from KCSO Gang Unit

7:45 p.m. Update from Mike Martin, Burien City Manager
7:55 p.m. Jan Drago, King County Council
8:25 p.m. Treasurers Report
8:30 p.m. Committee Reports

1. Governance

2. Arts and Parks

3. Public Safety

4. Housing and Human Services

5. Public Outreach

6. Transportation

7. Steve Cox Memorial

8:40 p.m. Old business
8:50 p.m. New Business

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2 Responses to “Update: Thursday’s North Highline UAC agenda – Seattle annexation guest postponed”

  1. This video is a great illustration of much reasoning and rational NHUAC and the Burien City Council is currently capable of. Enjoy.


  2. LOl, badgers baders! Too funny.
    My point is proven, you don’t know me at all. I can only repesent myself as a NHUAC member and you are clearly wrong about me. I support a Burien Annexation, big deal. I have no issues with people that support a Seattle annexation. That is their choice and everyone has a right to their own choice just like I do. NHUAC members badgering people because of their preference on annexation is silly talk. I have never seen any NHUAC member badger anyone because of their preference. I feel like you are badgering me because of my preference to Burien by making silly false allegations that are not true, and because I am a NHUAC member. Tell me who was ran out of where because of their preference to a Seattle annexation and who ran them out, your accusations are ridiculous. Thank you for sharing your judgemental views with out knowing me, maybe sometime you would like to debate in public how you were able to come up with your scenarios on how I think about individuals and their preferences. It’s all breaking news to me. I’m glad you offered to get more numbers for me, but as stated earlier, I would prefer to hear it directly from Seattle reps.