Monthly Archive: September 2015

Minutes for September 22, 2015 Meeting

Friends of Green Lake Meeting, Tuesday 22 September 15, Hearthstone Boardroom

Convened at 7:00 PM

Attendees:
Reed Blanchard, SPU Engineer and our Guest Speaker
Richard FlemingColleen Hackett*Don DeibertBrian DeLucaEllen HewittKaren SchurrGayle GarmanCatherine Weatbrook
  *new attendee

Introductions – around the table for current and new attendees.

Initial comments by Richard.

First order of business, Guest Speaker:
Reed Blanchard PE, Engineering & Technical Services, Seattle Public Utilities.
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Monitoring results for September 14, 2015

Water temperature 18.5º C (65.3º F) at 1 meter depth.
Clarity as measured by Secchi depth 2 meters (6.56 ft).
Pea soup!

Measured by Ben Hall from his kayak at the deepest point in the lake opposite the Hearthstone.

Agenda for FOGL Meeting September 22, 2015

  • Room opens for socializing and conversation at 6:45 PM
  • Introductions
  • Reed Blanchard PE, Engineering & Technical Services, SPU
    • Modifications to the Meridian Screened Outlet and to the Densmore Inlet
  • Richard Fleming
    • Green Lake’s 2015 Summer
  • Ellen Hewitt & Richard Fleming
    • FOGL Website
  • Richard Fleming
    • 2015/16 – FOGL Work Parties?
  • Richard Fleming
    • Call for Elections, Odd Number Year
  • Gayle Garman
    • Treasurer’s Report
  • Next Meeting October 27th
  • Adjourn

Friends of Green Lake (FOGL) is a non-profit group in Seattle, Washington, whose mission is to ensure a healthy Green Lake for wildlife and recreation, for today and tomorrow.

Seattle Parks Holds Superintendent Listening Tour

Jesús Aguirre, new parks superintendent, invites you! Come to Community Open Houses September 22 & September 26 and meet him.

The department is hosting two large open houses – one south of the Ship Canal, and one north of the Ship Canal – offering great opportunities for you to meet and talk with the superintendent personally, as well as to learn all about the great stuff Seattle Parks and Recreation does. They will feature staff from all over the department to share their work – from the employees who buy and build new parks to those who organize summer camps to our park rangers. There will also be free children’s activities and food.

Open House #1:
Tuesday, Sept. 22, 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Van Asselt Community Center
2820 S Myrtle St. 98108

Open House #2:
Saturday, Sept. 26, 2 – 4 p.m.
Northgate Community Center
10510 5th Ave. NE 98125

To find a community meeting closer to your neighborhood or to learn more about the tour, go here. If you can’t attend a meeting, give your feedback online here.