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Topics include Pothole Palooza, Virtual Office Hours, Summer Late Nights, Upcoming Workshops and Events, and City Council Meeting Information.




Topics include Virtual Office Hours, Funding for Emergency Shelter Operations, Funding for People’s Community Center Design Study and a Future South End Community Center,Banning Police Use of Hog-tying in Washington, Expanding Automated Traffic Enforcement, Increasing Penalties for Catalytic Converter Theft, Reporting Lost or Stolen Firearms is Now Required, Cleaning Up Graffiti with a New Drone Pilot Program, Funding for Street Medicine Teams, Remembering Council Member Catherine Ushka, City Council Meeting Information.




Topics include Virtual Office Hours, the Charter Review Committee, Advocating to Ban Hog-Tying in Washington State, the Anti-Displacement Strategy, Home in Tacoma, South Tacoma Neighborhood Planning, Council Standing Committees, the Port of Tacoma, Trees, Get to Know Me, City Council Meeting Information.





Topics include Tacoma Arts Month, Project PEACE update, community spotlight on Sound Outreach, Technology Survey, Student Government Day, and Budget Outreach meetings. 



Topics include Hilltop Neighborhood History Walk, Project PEACE update, community spotlight on 2nd Cycle, Know Your Ropes Walk, TPD’s Citizens’ Academy, and the Hilltop Street Fair.



Topics include Maritime Fest, Ethnic Fest, community spotlight on Hilltop Artists, Know Your Ropes walk, Tacoma Pride Fest, and Youth of the Month Daniel Cross.



Topics include Juneteenth Celebration, Taste of Tacoma, community spotlight on Hilltop Business District, and Know Your Ropes walk.



Topics include the Tacoma Tool Library, Historic Preservation Month, Youth of the Month David Dunston, Franklin Park’s Monthly Work Party, Empowering Youth Luncheon, and Community Spotlight on Hilltop Urban Gardens.

Topics include T-Town Expo, community cleanups, spotlight on the REACH Center, 83rd Annual Daffodil Parade, board commission openings, and Youth of the Month Jess Nguyen. 

Topics covered include Safe Routes to School; Miriam McBride, our Youth of the Month for March 2016; a local barbershop's celebration of 14 years of business on the Hilltop; Peace Community Center's Bill Hanwalt; Nativity House and ongoing volunteer opportunities through the City’s commissions, boards and commissions.   



Topics covered include the City’s new partnership with the Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority; the Cold Weather Young Adult Shelter on South 13th Street; the 38th Street Goodwill reopening; ongoing volunteer opportunities through the City’s commissions, boards and commissions; an update on minimum wage; and specifics regarding the upcoming public scoping meeting on the proposed methanol plant.