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Maple Leaf Committees

Business Committee
The Business Committee is made of up Maple Leaf business owners. Its charge is to meet regularly and represent business community interests to the Maple Leaf Community Council.
Committee Head: Need A Volunteer! (Email David Miller if you are interested)

Communications
The Communications Committee works with Donna (another volunteer) on our quarterly newsletter and Jason (a volunteer) on our website. We really need additional volunteers to help us communicate better with our neighborhood.
Committee Head: Need A Volunteer! (Email David Miller if you are interested)

Community Garde
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We have a wonderful community garden near 103rd and 5th. This committee lead the way to making that garden a reality. This committee is also responsible for various gardening programs throughout the year.
Committee Head: Dale Marston

Land Use & Transportation
The Maple Leaf Land Use & Transportation Committee (LUTC) is our brain center for land use, zoning, transportation, and pedestrian safety issues. They specialize in helping Maple Leaf residents respond to land use and transportation issues.

Committee Head: David Miller

Membership
The Maple Leaf Community encompasses 4,000 homes and businesses. Becoming a dues-paying member is one of the easiest and best things you can do to support the community council does. The Membership Committee is responsible for acquiring new members and reaching out to existing members at the annual renewal. One of the reasons we created this new web site is so you could become a member online.
Committee Head: Need A Volunteer! (Email David Miller if you are interested)

Public Safety & Emergency Preparation Committee
This committee works on strategies to help keep members of the Maple Leaf community safe.
Committee Head: Lori Phipps

Friends for a Greater Maple Leaf Park (FGMLP)
In 2009, Seattle Public Utilities starts the process of converting the open Maple Leaf reservoir into a pair of underground water storage tanks. When they are done, the tanks will be buried and a brand new park will be created on top of the tanks. When combined with the adjacent existing Maple Leaf Park, the total park area will be 39 acres. This committee started working on fundraising, outreach, and park design in 2007. For more information on the process, click here to sign up for the FGMLP email list.
Committee Head: Donna



 

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