- The annual meeting of the HCCA will be virtual this year: Tuesday January 26, 7:00 PM on Zoom:
The agenda is
- President’s Opening Remarks
- Minutes of Previous Meeting – Those minutes are here.
- Treasurer’s Report – The latest financial report and 2021 Proposed Budget are here.
- Reports of Directors and Committees
- Unfinished Business
- President – Kurt Lutterman is willing to continue.
- Vice-President – Dave Wu is willing to continue.
- Secretary – Barb Lisaius is willing to continue.
- Treasurer – Cindi Schiel is willing to continue.
- Area 2 Rep. – Jorge Molina is willing to continue.
- Area 3 Rep. – Duncan Schofield is willing to continue.
- Area 4 Rep. –
- Area 5 Rep. –
- New Business
There is a new smartphone app that can alert you if you were in close proximity to someone who later tested positive. The app is completely private, and does not use your personal information, location, or travels in any way. On Apple devices, activate Exposure Notifications in Settings. On Android devices, download the WA Notify app. You can get more details at www.wanotify.org.
The City of Bellevue this year will be holding “virtual” neighborhood walks to encourage communication between residents and city leaders. The session for South Bellevue will be this coming Tuesday, August 18, at 7:00 PM. I will be on the panel discussing issues relevant to Horizon Crest. If you have questions you’d like to hear city leaders answer, please reply to this email and let me know! The link to join the webinar and more details are below. City staff on the webinar will be
- Brad Miyake, City Manager
- Kate Berens, Deputy City Manager
- Mike Brennan, Development Services
- Joy St. Germain, Human Resources
- Carl Kleinacht, Deputy Police Chief
- Kevin McDonald, Transportation Planner
We’re sorry to report, we won’t be able to have neighborhood-wide yard waste dumpsters this year. The City of Bellevue has started enforcing their long-standing prohibition on placing these on the street. In the future, we will explore other sites, such as Lattawood Park, or private driveways. But for this year, we’ll have to skip this very popular HCCA benefit.
If you have extra yard waste to dispose of, you can put out up to four 32-gallon containers each week for Tuesday pickup. Branches must be cut to less than four-foot lengths, and less than 4-inch diameter.
You can also take yard waste to the King County Transfer Station in the Factoria area for a fee.