Posts Tagged ‘DNDA’

Cottage Grove Park Meeting

June Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics covered at the Monthly NDNC Meeting at Cottage Grove Park on June 11: Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund NDNC has its act together and managed to submit three separate projects for the June 11 deadline of the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.  Our projects (and project leads) […]


February Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics covered at the Monthly NDNC Meeting on Feb. 13: DNDA Update Representatives from the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) provided an update on where DNDA is in terms of both mission and financial stability.  Willard Brown, the newly named DNDA Board President and Patty Grossman, Board member and Acting Executive Director, […]


February Meeting Agenda

February meeting is set for Monday, February 13th at 6:30pm at the Delridge Branch Library.  It should be a very interesting meeting with guest Patty Grossman from DNDA joining us.  AGENDA Call to Order & Introductions DNDA/Youngstown Update  Community Design and Land Use Committee Update (Brandon Node Visioning) Delridge Alliance Update Gathering of Neighbors Walking Tour/Transportation/Greenways  The full agenda […]


DESC To Initiate Community Advisory Committee

As a condition of King County funding for its proposed supportive housing development at 5444 Delridge Way, DESC will execute its Community Relations Plan, which states that DESC will ‘”initiate a Community Advisory Committee to engage interested Delridge residents with DESC staff in advising on project operations impacting the neighborhood and address issues of concern.”

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Community Design and Land Use Committee

The NDNC just formed a new ad hoc committee at the January 9th meeting! Find out how you can get involved in community visioning for Delridge. The first area for visioning is the Brandon Node — the commercially zoned area along Delridge Way, around the cross streets of Brandon and Findley where the Delridge Library […]

Youngstown Cultural Arts Center by Holli Margell

Youngstown Continues to Struggle

The down-turned economy has hit non-profits across the country as well as in our neighborhood.  For our neighborhood, the downsizing of the Delridge Neighborhoods Development Association (DNDA) has caused a lot of anxiety. In the last year, DNDA has consolidated offices within Youngstown and laid off nearly all of their staff. The big question is, […]

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