Swim Club Remodel Meeting, Movie Night, News from Shoreline

Swim Club Remodel Town Hall Meeting –
January 28, 7:15 pm at Innis Arden Clubhouse

Dear Swim Club Members and interested Innis Arden Residents:

Even though the pool is closed until May, there is activity going on that the volunteer Swim Club board wants you to know about – and – we need your help, so please read on.

The remodel project is moving along. We have various experts and consultants completing tasks that are necessary to prepare our permit application. However, we need your input on the all-important topic of financing. As you hopefully know, the Swim Club recently sent a survey to all residents of Innis Arden to explore ideas and options for paying for the remodel. We will go over the results of the survey at this meeting and discuss where we go from here.

This is a critical meeting for the remodel process. The Swim Club Board really wants to hear from you, so please attend!

Date: Thursday, January 28
Time: 7:15 pm
Place: Innis Arden Clubhouse



From the City of Shoreline

#1 The City of Shoreline invites interested citizens to apply for upcoming openings on our citizen advisory Library Board.

The City Council will appoint citizen volunteers to serve four year terms which will begin in April of 2016. Qualified candidates must live or own property in Shoreline. People who work in Shoreline also qualify to serve on the Library Board.

The Shoreline Library Board was formed by the City Council in the spring of 1996 to act as a liaison to the King County Library System Board of Trustees, the City Council and the citizens of Shoreline. It provides information, makes recommendations relating to the Shoreline and Richmond Beach Libraries, promotes programs and reviews library policies. The Library Board consists of nine members and meets at 6:30 p.m. the first Thursday of each odd numbered month. The meetings are held alternately at the Shoreline Library and the Richmond Beach Library.

Applications are accepted January 25th through Wednesday, February 24, 2016, no later than 5 p.m. to the City of Shoreline City Clerk’s Office, 17500 Midvale Ave. North, Shoreline, WA 98133.

Community Service Applications are available to download on the City’s Website at www.shorelinewa.gov/libraryboard , Shoreline City Hall, Spartan Recreation Center, Shoreline Pool, Richmond Beach Library and the Shoreline Library.

For more information contact Sheryle Harp at sharp@shorelinewa.gov  or (206) 801-2623.

#2 Tour the Fircrest Activities Building

February 9, 4 p.m.
Fircrest Residential Habilitation Center
15230 15th NE, Shoreline, WA, 98155

This is a rare opportunity to tour the activities building at Fircrest.  Jeff Flesner, the new Superintendent, will show participants what is inside the building, including the basketball court, gym, stage, bleachers, meeting rooms, kitchen, banquet room, and the two swimming pools ( currently closed).  Jeff will also answer questions about how the facility can be used.  To get to the activities building, enter the main Fircrest gate off 15th Avenue NE (between NE 152st and 152nd Street).  Take a sharp left, and the building is on the right.  Meet in front of the building at 4 p.m.