“The tree which moves some to tears of joy is in the eyes of others only a green thing that stands in the way.” - William Blake
It looks tedious because it is.
Jammed between the Champion appointees vote, micro-housing progress report and planning presentation at the most recent Capitol Hill Community Council meeting, the Capitol Hill Community Council announced that its bylaws would be seeing three types of revisions.
Typos are to be corrected, and language will be updated (even King James came to pass), but the subject of interest is that new resolutions are being proposed.
Before any rectifications – like who is allowed to vote at Community Council meetings – are made official, they will need to be passed by a two-thirds vote, which is expected in May or June of this year.
As you read this, proposed amendments are being drafted. Anyone who would like a say in the matter is invited to join afternoon meetings held at the Seattle Central Community College Atrium early in the week, or can be in touch with a Council Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.