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“Crime, Camping & Consequences” panel discussion

By Sara · August 13th, 2015 · 2 Comments

The Fremont Chamber presents:

“Crime, Camping & Consequences” Panel Discussion, Wednesday, September 16th at 8am at Giddy Up Burger.

Join the Fremont Chamber along with Panel Members:
City Attorney Brendan Brophy,
Councilmember Mike O’Brien (not yet confirmed),
A representative from the Seattle Police, and
Sola Plumacher from Human Services, City of Seattle

The discussion will focus on tools  and resources for business to deal with the issues related to encampment and long term RV parking. Trash, parking as well as safety and business visibility for your customers.

“We all know that homelessness is a huge concern in the City of Seattle, this meeting will not focus on how to solve homelessness, but more it will help business owners, to access City resources to mitigate the effects on your environment from people who are camping in cars and RVs near your place of business.”

Cost: $5 Members (includes NSIA and FNC members), $10 Nonmembers

Location: Giddy Up Burger 4600 Leary Way NW 98103 Seattle WA

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 rufus455 // Aug 16, 2015 at 10:14 pm

    this city is out of control with its lack of enforcement to get this problem solved. We need to get rid of all this riffraff ruining the community. Mike obrien is clueless as is the mayor who didn’t even show up to the ballard homeless en campment meeting because there was no ribbon cutting ceremony . Get a clue people and elect people that solve problems. the idiot progressives running this town need to be kicked to the curb!

  • 2 seattlecitizen // Sep 2, 2015 at 8:19 pm

    Yeah….let’s have a meeting so we can learn how we can deal with the consequences of unlawful behavior that are ruining our city and neighborhoods since obviously the people “in charge” are clueless and will never actually do anything to really deal with these issues. No, WE have to learn how we can cope with their growing numbers and anti-social behaviors. Only in Seattle….

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