Minutes from November 8, 2017 Welcome, Introduction & Sign-In: 7:02 – Jeff Dineen (President) Present:  Rick Lee (Vice President) Barb Mandic (Treasurer), Patti Miele (Secretary), Bruce McIntyre, Jennifer Keith, Dani Eaton, Dawson Frank, Rosemary Nguyen Review and Approve Meeting Minutes –Oct, 2017 – Moved:  Rick, Seconded:   Barb. Unanimously approved Treasurer’s Report – Barb Balance:  $1,082.15 […]

Welcome, Introduction & Sign-In: 7:00 – Jeff Dineen (Quorum = majority of elected board members – 6 elected positions, quorum is 3) Review and Approve Meeting Minutes – October 2016  Treasurer’s Report – Barb  Current and Future Business: SRC Public Art Project Working group met 10/19 & agreed most important first step was identifying a […]

2016 State of the City Breakfast Come hear about the State of the City. Wednesday, March 16th, 2016 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM at the Renton Pavilion Event Center, 233 Burnett, Renton, WA 98057 Tickets are $25 for Chamber members, $35 for non-members. Must be registered by March 11th. You can register for the event at the following […]

SRC Meeting Minutes July 8, 2015 Meeting called to order at 7:00 – by President Neil Sheesley Present: Vice President Kim Sweet, Treasurer Barb Mandic, Secretary Patti Miele, Greg Sweet, Jeff Dineen, Kerrick Mainrender, Betsy Prather, Carol McCarthy, Bob Newman, Daniel Kovach, Cynthia Jones, Jonathan Wilson, Beth Asher  Review and Approve Meeting Minutes – June […]

June 10, 2015 SRC Meeting Minutes Meeting called to order at 7:00 – by Vice President Kim Sweet Present: Vice President Kim Sweet, Treasurer Barb Mandic, Secretary Patti Miele, Jeff Dineen, Kerrick Mainrender, Betsy Prather, Carol McCarthy, Rick Lee, Beth Asher  Review and Approve Meeting Minutes – May 2015 minutes unanimously approved without exception. Moved: […]

Renton Oktoberfest The 4th Annual Renton Oktoberfest event will again be held at the Renton Pavilion. For more information please visit http://www.rentonoktoberfest.com/festival-info.html.

Free Tax Help Free tax help is being sponsored by the Walmart Foundation  — in cooperation with Goodwill Industries International, National Disability Institute, and the United Way Jan. 13 to April 18, 2015 at a site near you! If your household makes less than $60,000 there are 25 locations in King County to obtain free help filing your […]

Renton Municipal Arts Commission is Seeking Volunteer Members Greetings!   You are invited to attend the next meeting of the Renton Municipal Arts Commission, on Tuesday, February 3rd at 4:30 pm. The meeting will be held in the Conference Center on the 7th floor of Renton City Hall at 1055 South Grady Way in Renton. […]

The City announces the lower walk along the Cedar River Trail will be closed the remainder of the season due to fluctuating water levels.

South Renton Connection’s Annual Community Picnic South Renton Connection’s Annual Community Picnic is being held this week. When: Wednesday, June 18th, 2014 Time: 5:30 – 7:30 PM Where: Burnett Linear Park, 502 Burnett Avenue South The City of Renton will be providing barbecued chicken patty’s, lemonade and games for youth and adults. Please bring a potluck dish […]

South Renton Connection (SRC) is holding our regular meeting: WHEN: Monday, 5/12/14  at 7pm.  WHERE: 625 S. 4th St. (Renton Chamber building – Old Spirit of Washington Train Depot) WHY: To help us plan a fun 2014 neighborhood picnic! South Renton Connection holds it’s monthly meetings the 2nd Monday of every Month. We would love to get […]

City of Renton Human Services Advisory Committee has two openings on the committee – one for an adult and one for a youth. They are accepting applicants through February 7th. Below is the link to applications for both committees. application for boards Community Svc Youth App Visit the Human Services Advisory Committee website at: http://rentonwa.gov/living/default.aspx?id=16076 […]

Dear Community Partner,   As you may be aware, King County Metro Transit is planning to cut up to 17 percent of its service beginning in fall 2014 due to a funding shortage. If no new funding is approved, we’ll have to make cuts throughout the county, with every community bearing a share of the […]

Last week, Metro announced a proposal to reduce bus service around the county when temporary funding and cash reserves run out next year. Our proposal includes the possibility of deleting 74 routes and reducing or revising another 104. While 33 routes would not be touched directly, their riders would likely feel the effects of service […]