Puget Neighborhood News and Information:
Proposed Temporary Tiny Home Village at Former Clean Green Friday
** Public Meeting **
Friday, March 6th, 2020 from 6:00 pm to 7:00
Carl Cozier Elementary School Cafeteria
A public meeting will be held on Friday, March 6th, 2020 from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm to present the proposed Unity Village 2.0 project (a temporary tiny home village). The meeting will be held at Carl Cozier Elementary in the cafeteria. This project will be located on the City-owned lot at 1399 Woburn Avenue, at the former Clean Green site, and will include 20 tiny homes.
Sorry for the late notice. The Puget Neighborhood Association board was just made aware of the meeting date.
Puget Neighborhood Association Board Meeting
Wednesday, March 4, 6:30
At the last Puget Neighborhood Association (PNA) general meeting, Board members approved for 2020 term were: Doug Gustafson, Steve James, Kevin Jenkins, Tammy Jones, Terri Marshall, Greg McKinney, and David Sparman.
The 2020 Board will be meeting on March 4 at 6:30 to organize for the coming year. This includes appointing officers for term: president, vice president, treasurer, and secretary; and setting time and dates for general and board meetings. Also, any other needed assignments or duties will be made or confirmed.
The Board usually meets in the food court at Whole Foods on Lakeway. All board meetings including this organizing meeting are open to the public. If you’re interested in attending, please contact the Board at email@example.com to confirm meeting time and location in case of changes.
To Contact the Puget Neighborhood Association, email us at:
Lydia Place lydiaplace.org
Lydia Place has been a part of the Puget Sound Neighborhood and key partner in our community’s effort to end homelessness for individuals and families here in Whatcom County for over 25 years. Essential Lydia Place services and programs help to provide housing, case management, life skills, parent support programs, positive childhood outcomes and advocacy for over 250 families annually.
To learn more about Lydia Place, volunteer or donate visit lydiaplace.org or call 360-671-7663.
The Puget Neighborhood Association is pleased to provide this information about Lydia Place, and invite our Puget Neighbors to explore their web site to learn more about Lydia Place services and programs.
Campus Community Coalition www.campuscommunitycoalition.com
One focus area of the Campus Community Coalition is in promoting communication, information-sharing and problem solving between students attending a college or university in Whatcom County, and the community they live in. The CCC provides education to students about being a good neighbor, a good citizen, and a responsible patron of downtown businesses. The CCC also helps neighborhoods and organizations effectively reach out to students to engage them in civic and community life. The Campus Community Coalition values shared understanding and respectful dialogue, and has a high commitment to building positive community life for everyone.
For more information, contact: Carmen Rasmussen, Campus Community Coalition Coordinator
Email – Carmen.Rasmussen@wwu.edu, Phone – 360.650.6863
The Puget Neighborhood Association is pleased to provide this information about the Campus Community Coalition, and invite our Puget Neighbors to explore their web site to learn more about the Coalition.
There is a free social website called Nextdoor that many Bellingham neighborhoods are using to enhance communications between neighbors. It’s a great way to share information about local concerns (e.g., car prowls), lost pets, etc. Our neighborhood police officers use Next Door to post alerts, answer questions, and receive non-emergency messages. Read more about Nextdoor here.