Our Bylaws say the Executive Board
can be up to 9 members elected by the Maple Leaf community to two-year terms at our April General Meeting. The terms of the Executive board members are staggered . Odd-numbered Board members are elected in odd-numbered years and even-numbered Board members are elected in even-numbered years.
David has been involved with the Maple Leaf Community Council since 2003. He's a business owner in the neighborhood and actively works to help shape Seattle's policies to create a better Seattle.
The people. They are always there when you need them and they love, love, LOVE Maple Leaf. SummerThe views SE from the new Reservoir Park. Chocolate I strongly believe neighborhoods are Seattle's biggest asset. It is fashionable these days to paint neighborhoods as obstructionist, but the facts prove nearly all of Seattle's best ideas and lasting icons developed from the neighborhoods. Hot chocolate.
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Helen was born and raised in NE Seattle but left for more than a decade for college and then to give politics a shot in Washington, DC. She has worked for King County and local politicians since her return to the area in 1996. She lives on the eastern (downward) slope of Maple Leaf with her husband and toddler son.
Its sense of community. early AutumnDowntown Seattle when first getting on the southbound Express Lanes around 8:00 a.m. BBQ anything. To give back to the community that welcomed us with wide-open arms nearly 15 years ago. Drip with steamed soy, no foam.
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Lori's bio and favorites list are on the way.
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Donna's bio and favorites list are on the way.
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Jason's bio and favorites list are on the way.
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Sylvia's bio and favorites list are on the way.
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These individuals are working on specific items/issues of interest to the Maple Leaf Community, but are not formally on the Executive Board.
Charles was raised in the high desert before meeting his wife and moving to Maple Leaf in 2006. He is a freelance writer and editor.
I have always loved Seattle, but Maple Leaf is a particularly well-balanced neighborhood: access to every amenity without sacrificing the feel of a safe community. This is a great place to start raising a family.Fall Early morning fog.Sushi or hot wings.Maple Leaf is such a down-to-earth and responsible neighborhood! I had to see what I could do to volunteer and get more involved. Tall yerba mate latte.
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The central location. Easy access to the UW, Northgate, Greenlake, I-5, and all of NE Seattle. So much within biking distance. The only challenge is that we live at the top of a hill. Though, that makes for great views. AutumnMy roof, which have an amazing view of Mt. Rainier and the Cascades. Close second, the Olympics from the west side of the neighborhood. Matzah Ball soup.I wanted to meet neighbors, help shape the neighborhood and help our city confront the looming challenges. Double Tall Latte.
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We have a fabulous community-maintained garden and P-Patch area near the corner of 5th Ave NE and NE 103rd Street. We always need volunteers to help with our common area maintenance requirements. To volunteer or for more information, contact Dale Marston
A list of all the Maple Leaf Community Council committees can be found here.
Maple Leaf Community Council members represent the community on several different regional committees. To see a list, click here.
Click here for more information about becoming a member of the Maple Leaf Community Council.
: The Maple Leaf Community Council continues to need energetic, dedicated people to be actively involved in the community by serving a two-year term on the Executive Board. The Executive Board meets on the 3rd Wednesday of each month at 7 PM at Olympic View Community Church. You can come to any Executive Board meeting and get a feel for how you can help shape the future of Maple Leaf and keep it the greatest place to live. Contact David Miller via e-mail.
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