Park trails, stormwater details, and public opinion that prevails to bediscussed at Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance public meeting
It’s a potpourri of parks, water, and personnelupdates at the next Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (FHNA) public meeting on Wednesday, May 23 at 7pm in the Finn Hill Junior High cafeteria.
David Kimmett, King County Natural Lands Program/Project Manager, willreview information on trail improvements in Big Finn Hill Park. An update on a proposed city of Kirkland parks bond will be offered along with thoughts on open space acquisition. And Lou Berner will present a surface water management report following his survey of Finn Hill residents to identify concerns he is sharing with City of Kirkland staff.
Emergency Medical Technicians from Fire Station 24 will be recognized. The volunteers had been absent for a short time but returned after area residents lobbied the City of Kirkland Fire Department for reinstatement of the program.
Six FHNA Board of Director members are exiting the Board as part of the agreement established last fall when Denny Creek Neighborhood Alliance (DCNA) transitioned to FHNA and took on six new Board members. The exit of the six DCNA veterans returns the Board to 11 members. The six – Teresa White, Lou Berner, Barb Walsh, Kristen Lloyd, Bruce White, and Jeff Hoerth – will be recognized for their service.
There will also be an update on the new lacrosse sports field set to be installed at Big Finn Hill Park.
The mission of the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is to coordinate our active community of residents and regional partners to preserve, protect, and restore this natural environment, and to promote the welfare of the Finn Hill community by engaging in civic issues. For more information, visit the FHNA website at www.finnhillalliance.org.
The meeting location, the Finn Hill Junior High commons, is located at 8040 Northeast 132nd Street, two blocks east of Juanita Drive.