Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Help Shoreline prepare for future human services needs

Help Shoreline prepare for future human services needs by attending and giving your input at a July 7 public meeting of the Shoreline Human Services Task Force, on Tuesday, July 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Shoreline Fire Department, 17525 Aurora Avenue N. (enter from Aurora, going southbound).

How has Shoreline’s population changed in the last 10 years? What does that mean for the future of human services in Shoreline?

Your knowledge of the community is needed to help the City of Shoreline interpret information about current human service needs in Shoreline as well as identify the most important trends and changes that will impact human services in the next 10 years.

Information presented and gathered at the upcoming July 7 Human Service Task Force Community Meeting will help shape how Shoreline’s 1998 Human Services Strategic Plan is updated and revised.

Attendees will learn about local human services needs like food insecurity, hunger and stresses on families. The problems and opportunities for improving services to two key groups – older adults and youth – will be discussed. Also learn how the population of Shoreline has changed in the last ten years and implications for the future.

The primary purpose of the meeting is to gather comments, ideas and suggestion from the Shoreline community. Time will be set aside specifically for that purpose. For more information, contact Shoreline Human Services Planner George Smith at (206) 801-2252,

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