November 28, 2018 Meeting
-- see also the
October 24, 2018 meeting summary
Welcome and Introductions. Attendees:
Greg Helland, FOMP President; Norah Robinson, King County Parks;
AEG; Shane Berry, Seattle Event Solutions; Michael Hobbs, FOMP Secretary, webmaster;
Laura Hall, Marymoor Community Gardeners
Association, FOMP Board;
- Birdloop – big planting, first Saturday in
- Community Garden – Would like to get owl
boxes for the garden. Michael suggested Laura contact
Eastside Audubon directly. In 2018, MCGA has
donated 7000 pounds of food to HopeLink!
- Sound Transit - Parks and Sound Transit have
been working together on an ongoing basis on Tree
Replacement, Wetland Mitigation, Osprey nest
relocation. Nothing is different The wetland
mitigation is likely to be done in the field area a bit
south of the Rowing Club access road. Norah’s belief
was that access to the mitigation site would be
explicitly disallowed. Greg believed it should be
possible. Norah will try to find out the rules.
Norah is working with Sound Transit on just how many
trees will need to be replaced. Norah is prioritizing
(1) additional trees screening the rail right-of-way,
and (2) [hopefully large] trees around the mansion.
Norah would also like planting to start soon, even
before trees are cut.
- Cut-through Traffic – Until a longer-term
solution is determined, increased enforcement of
existing rules will be conducted. Greg requested that
additional data gathering on cut-through traffic be part
of the increased enforcement effort.
- Dudley Carter Sculptures – In Place!
one more linseed oil treatment for each. Norah wished
for input on signage; she was suggesting a minimalist:
Piece title, year (if known), artist. Greg suggested
information going on the website. Laura suggested an
informational sign on the kiosk in the Pet Memorial
A Palm Warbler was seen November 25th in
the Pea Patch, a new species for Marymoor Park. [It
was seen again both December 5th and 6th in the same
location, but not seen again]; This is the 236th
species for the park since 1994.
next meeting will be on Wednesday,
January 23th, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the Art Barn
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