Tonight at 6 PM, the Seattle City Council will be holding a Town Hall meeting at University Heights Center. If my information is correct, this is the first town hall meeting held since 2009. A few months ago, I made a post explaining how attending a public meeting won’t change the outcome of a decision. Keep that in… Continue reading Public Hearings – Open Agenda Town Hall
I just got home from the police department’s meeting at Belltown Community Center, and I have to say, it was an interesting night. The meeting attendance was extremely light, I don’t believe anyone was actually there to learn about the issue. The room was about half city employees, one third against the police, and the… Continue reading Seattle Police Cameras – Belltown Public Meeting
The Seattle Police Department will be hosting a meeting at the Belltown Community Center, Tuesday, March 19th at 7 PM. I’ve prepared a flyer with material from the public records returned so far. I’ll be bringing a stack with me to distribute. This flyer presents all the relevant information in a concise form, and debunks many of the department… Continue reading Seattle Police Cameras – Upcoming Public Meeting and More Records Requests
Every time a controversial issue comes up, one or more of the politicians involved decides to hold a public hearing. In fact, legislative bodies almost exclusively hold public meetings. Has anyone ever thought about why that is? If you said “so the public can provide input” you are likely wrong. Elections aren’t won or lost… Continue reading Public Hearings – You Aren’t Doing It Right!