A community meeting with property owners, residents, and nonprofit organizations of Chinatown/International District was held on March 16th, 2010 at the Chinese Information Service Center on how to improve Chinatown. The core topic of discussion was whether a network of community funded surveillance system would help reduce criminal activities within Chinatown. To: Property Owners of Seattle Chinatown  

 

A community meeting with property owners, residents, and nonprofit organizations of Chinatown/International District was held on March 16th, 2010 at the Chinese Information Service Center on how to improve Chinatown. The core topic of discussion was whether a network of community funded surveillance system would help reduce criminal activities within Chinatown.

 

It is difficult for the City to Seattle to decide on which projects to support due to the numerous governmental and non-government organizations within the Chinatown. This goal of this last meeting was to unite the organizations, property owners, business owners and residents on public safety, which is a common issue, and request government to work with us on this vital community need.

 

For the property owners who were not able to make it to the initial meeting, a second meeting has been scheduled:

 

Date: March 29th, 2010

Time: 4 PM

Location: Jade Garden, Chinatown

 

There will be staff members of the City of Seattle available to explain the details of the proposal, as well as to answer questions. For additional inquiry, please contact Ms. Nora Chan, at 206-999-4423.

 

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