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2022 Newsletters

 

August 2022

Topics include City Council Vacancy, Vision Zero, Homelessness, Government Performance and Finance Committee, Public Art, and Tours at South Sound 911, Jefferson and Hood Street Surface Water Interceptor, and the Cushman Hydroelectric Project.

 

July 2022

Topics include Summer Events, City Council Vacancy, National Night Out, Public Safety, Housing, Free Pierce Transit Rides for Riders Under 18, Rail Crossing Improvements Update, Tacoma Pride, Visiting the Emergency Food Network, and Touring Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium.

 

June 2022

Topics include Reporting Fireworks, City Council Vacancy, Public Safety, Housing and Homelessness, Vision Zero, City of Destiny Awards, and Owen Beach Reopening.

 

May 2022

Topics include Council Meeting Information, Council Priorities Retreat, Tidy-Up Tacoma Returns in 2022, Proctor Neighborhood Planning Project Pilot, Tacoma Arts Commission, Tacoma Rail, Point Defiance News, Resources for Covid-19.

 

May 2022 Bulletin

Regarding Metro Parks Outer Loop of the Five Mile Drive Permanent Closure.

 

April 2022

Topics include Litter Free 253, 2022 Community Survey Results, Meeting Information, Public Safety, Homelessness, Association of Washington (AWC) Cities Appointment, Tacoma Fire Department Ride-Along, Another Intersection Celebration, Tacoma 311 Information, Resources for Covid-19.

 

March 2022

Topics include Public Safety and Crime, Meeting Information, Litter Free 253, South Sound Sustainability Expo, Home in Tacoma Phase 2, Tacoma Reads, Tacoma Pierce County Opioid Summit, Utility Disconnection Moratorium Ending and Funding Assistance, Resources for Covid-19.

 

February 2022

Topics include introductions and Council meeting information, Public Safety, Pedestrian Safety, Return to In-Person Meetings, Pierce Transit Visit, Home in Tacoma Phase 2, Redistricting 2022, Resources for Covid-19.

 

January 2022

Topics include the Snowstorm Event, New Councilmembers and Assignments, Council Meeting Information, A Return to Community Involvement, Potholes, Neighborhood Planning, Resources for Covid-19.

 

2021 Newsletters

 

End of the Year Review

Topics include 2021 Personal Accomplishments, Changes to the Multi-Family Property Tax Exemption, Home in Tacoma, Affordable Housing Sales Tax, Budget and Finance Updates, Tidy-Up Tacoma, Thoughts for 2022, Contact Info.

 

December 2021

Topics include 2021 accomplishments and upcoming projects, Home in Tacoma, Addressing Homeless Encampments in Tacoma, Update on the Manuel Ellis Investigation, his Favorite Books of 2021, Visit to the Landfill, Lighting the Christmas Tree Downtown, Resources for Utility Assistance and Resources for COVID-19.

 

November 2021

Topics include updates on his home life and working with Tacoma Public, Schools, Multi-Family Property Tax Exemption, Budget Modifications, Home in Tacoma, his visits to Schnitzer Steel and the YWCA of Pierce County, Resources for Utility Assistance and Resources for COVID-19.

 

October 2021

Topics include safely returning to community events, 6th and Orchard TEMS Site, Tidy-Up Tacoma, Home in Tacoma, Multi-Family Property Tax Exemptions, Police Department Ride Along, Resources for Rental and Utility Assistance, Small Business Recovery Grant, Nonprofit Recovery Grant, and Resources for COVID-19.

 

September 2021

Topics include current City Council topics, Tidy-Up Tacoma, Home in Tacoma, Tacoma Arts Month, Guidelines for Hybrid Study Session, Multi-family Property Tax Exemptions, Touring Commencement Bay, Resources for Rental and Utility Assistance, and Resources for COVID-19.

 

August 2021

Topics include the return to virtual meetings from hybrid, Public Safety, Tidy-Up Tacoma, Guidelines for Hybrid Study Sessions, Multi-Family Property Tax Exemptions, Visiting the Zoo, Resources for Utility Assistance, and Resources for COVID-19.

 

July 2021

Topics include local community spots, hybrid Council meetings, The Mailbag!, Home in Tacoma, Affordable Housing in Tacoma, Restoration of Services, National League of Cities, Touring the Main Library, getting involved with Boards and Commissions and Resources for COVID-19.

 

June 2021

Topics include local community offerings, the illegal fireworks fine, Touring the Transfer Center, Post-COVID Clean Up, Tacoma Public Library, Proposed Changed to the MFTE, Home in Tacoma, and Resources for COVID-19.

 

May 2021

Topics include Litter 253, Tacoma Arts Commission, Recycling in Tacoma, Home in Tacoma, and Resources for COVID-19.

 

April 2021 

Topics include Litter 253, Home in Tacoma, Affordable housing sales tax, Government Performance and Finance Committee, the 2021 state legislative session, and the Zoo Trek Authority.

 

March 2021

Topics include the American Rescue Plan Act, Home in Tacoma, certificate of municipal leadership, Congressional City Summit with the National League of Cities, exhibitions of speed ordinance, and rental and utility assistance. 

 

February 2021

Topics include inclement weather, glass recycling, Crossing Division podcast, Citizen Tacoma podcast, rail crossing improvements, and Home in Tacoma. 

 

January 2021

Topics include public safety, 2021 Committee assignments, Neighborhood Council meetings, 6th and Orchard TEMS site, glass recycling locations, Litter Free 253, public art, and the Home In Tacoma project.

 

2020 Newsletters

 

December 2020

Topics include the 2021-2022 biennial budget, Celebrate Tacoma, Tacoma Public Library to Go!, amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Police Transformation, 6th and Orchard TEMS site, Home In Tacoma project, and COVID-19 resources.

 

November 2020

Topics include Tacoma Public Library, 6th an Orchard TEMS Site, amendments to the 2020 comprehensive plan, drone education, COVID-19, Police Transformation, and 2021-2022 Budget Development. 

 

October 2020
Topics include Neighborhood Cleanups, Drone Education, 6th and Orchard TEMS Site, COVID-19, Police Transformation, and 2021-2022 Budget Development. 

 

September 2020

Topics include Connecting with your Council Member, Neighborhood BBQs, COVID-19, Police Transformation, and 2021-2022 Budget Development.

 

August 2020

Topics include COVID-19, Police Transformation, and 2021-2022 Budget Development.