Video: North Highline Unincorporated Area Council meeting

Our video shows last night’s North Highline Unincorporated Area Council meeting in its entirety, except for some routine business in the last few minutes. It runs two hours and 17 minutes, unedited, starting with the Pledge of Allegiance. The Club Evo discussion begins about halfway through – one hour, eight minutes in, first with a county DDES rep, then the club’s partners Alfredo Lopez and Danny Yarbrough. (Our separate article summarizing the discussion will be published here later.)

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2 Responses to “Video: North Highline Unincorporated Area Council meeting”

  1. concerned Says:
    This is a disaster waiting to happen. Here he says the same things and yet first hand proof there was liquor being sold and consumed in his facility and on Latin night. In plain sight. This community has had some great new businesses open such as Zippys, Proletariat Pizza, Full Tilt, the roller rink, Company Bar, etc. All positive places for EVERYONE in the community. I don’t want this club opening to destroy that.

  2. For those attending as well as those of you who have taken the time to watch the above video it is obvious why we need to continue our King County unincorporated area councils (UAC). However, this Monday, July 11th, the King County Council in its wisdom will be voting to rescind the Citizens Participation Initiative that the UACs have acted under since they were allowed to form in mid-nineties. According to Councilmember McDermott who was in attendance UACs will only be allowed to operate under this Initiative until the end of this year under Monday’s likely vote outcome.

    No longer will unincorporated areas of King County have a local voice to speak for them or to invite county officials to question them and inform them about local issues. It will greatly lessen the ability of the community to reach out to County officials and have them come to our community to address local concerns. King County government will become even further removed from its residents.

    The West Hill Community Council (Skyway) helped spearhead the successful effort to have their storefront deputy sheriff reinstated as recently announced by Dow Constantine. Of further note the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council was the first formed and has been in continuous operation since.