Sound Transit's schedule of public events for April 19 - 25

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10 a.m.-12 p.m. National Federation for the Blind meeting
YMCA
909 4th Avenue, Seattle

Staff will attend this meeting of the National Federation for the Blind's Greater Seattle Chapter to provide information on Sound Transit's accessibility programs.

8:30-10:30 a.m. Holly Spring Clean Up
Martin Luther King Way South and Othello Street South
Seattle

Staff will attend this event sponsored by the City of Seattle to provide information on the Central Link light rail project.

Monday, April 21

6:30-8:30 p.m. People for Modern Transit Public Meeting: Regional Transportation Investment District and Link Light Rail updates

Seattle Central Community College
107 Broadway St., Seattle

Attendees will receive updates on the Regional Transportation Investment District (RTID) from its vice chair, Dwight Pelz, a member of the King County Council and the Sound Transit Board. Sound Transit staff members will discuss long range plans for light rail

Tuesday, April 22

10 a.m.-1 p.m. ST Citizens' Accessibility Advisory Committee meeting
Union Station, Sound Transit Board Room
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle

The Citizens' Accessibility Advisory Committee, which was established by Sound Transit to review plans and programs and advise the agency about accessibility issues, will hold its regular monthly meeting.

5-7 p.m. Women in Transportation Seminar-South Lake Union: A New Vision
College Club
505 Madison Avenue, Seattle

Sound Transit staff will attend this event focused on land use issues in the South Lake Union area to provide a presentation on options for extending the Central Link light rail system northward from downtown Seattle, including a possible Eastlake alignment.

6:30-8:30 p.m. Light Rail Project Update Open House
Holly Park Gathering Hall
7054 32nd Ave. S., Seattle

Sound Transit staff will provide information on the Central Link light rail project in the Rainier Valley. Topics will include the project's construction schedule, real estate acquisition processes, the Rainier Valley Community Development Fund, a draft Business Marketing and Mitigation Plan, Sound Transit's Residential Sound Insulation Program and plans for underground placement of utilities.

Wednesday, April 23

11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Sound Transit Performance Audit Committee meeting
Union Station, Sound Transit Board Room
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle

Thursday, April 24

1-4 p.m. Sound Transit Board meeting
Union Station, Sound Transit Board Room
401 S. Jackson St., Seattle


2-6 p.m. UW Spring Fair: Careers, Internships and Summer Jobs
HUB Ballroom
University of Washington (Seattle)

Sound Transit will participate in this job fair that close to 100 employers throughout the Puget Sound region are expected to attend. Staff will provide information about Sound Transit's internship program and recruit potential candidates. The fair is open to all UW students and alumni.

6:30-8:30 p.m. Light Rail Project Update Open House
Rainier Valley Community Center
4600 38th Ave. S., Seattle

Sound Transit staff will provide information on the Central Link light rail project in the Rainier Valley. Topics will include the project's construction schedule, real estate acquisition processes, the Rainier Valley Community Development Fund, a draft Business Marketing and Mitigation Plan, Sound Transit's Residential Sound Insulation Program and plans for underground placement of utilities.


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