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K4C April 24th Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Lrobinson
47:17
Do we have measurable results of what decreased car driving can do for the environment? Seems like our current situation is a great example if we can measure the effect.
Doug Levy - Regional Affairs Consultant, Renton
50:31
Matt and Rachel - for us newbies, could you explain what major state legislative or state regulatory items would have to be enacted to address the 2050 timeline?
Craig Reynolds, Mercer Island
52:06
What would a comparable wedge analysis have looked like in 2007? Clearly we are not making our 2020 goal. What went wrong? What did we think would happen that did not?
Claudia Balducci, King County Council
53:19
Following up on Mayor Robinson - more broadly is there a document we could look at that shows the numbers and assumptions behind the wedge analysis.
Earnest Thompson
54:25
why no mention of HYPERLOOP as it is an obvious answer to jet noise and pollution?
Pam Stuart - Sammamish
54:30
I do think we need to ensure we are getting some measurements during this time, as Mayor Robinson states, we could have some proof of our assumptions that could help us in the future
Vanessa Kritzer, Redmond City Council
54:40
How often do you track each city's progress towards achieving these goals? Do you publish a regular "scorecard" of any type?
Matt - Snoqualmie
56:41
Use your space bar like a walkie-talkie button to toggle your mute button off. Hold down the space bar to talk. Release when done.
Zach Hall - Issaquah
57:32
Question for Nicole later or after the presentation: What kind of outreach does K4C engage in to encourage more KC cities to join? Especially other South and East KC cities. Thanks!
Janice Zahn
57:40
Seems like we should lean in to imagining a “new normal”, with telework/use of tech/etc and how that change our transportation modeling.
Matt Kuharic, King County
57:42
https://www.kingcounty.gov/services/environment/climate/actions-strategies/climate-strategies/strategic-climate-action-plan/emissions-inventories.aspx
Claudia Balducci, King County Council
57:50
Staff are being polite. Hyperloop is an intriguing theory at this point, but by no means a panacea. During the last recession, the similar discussion was about mag lev - mag lev was going to make transportation much cheaper and easier to deliver.
Claudia Balducci, King County Council
58:06
Thank you, Matt!
Kristiana de Leon, Black Diamond City Council, Position 5
01:01:33
What can we do to encourage smaller towns to incentivize and promote green energy and green tech companies to come to our zoned industrial and commercial spaces?
Valerie O’Halloran, Renton
01:02:48
What is the status of the next phase of Green Direct?
Rachel Brombaugh (King County)
01:03:40
Green Direct should be online mid 2020. I do not know about phases beyond 1 and 2.
Rachel Brombaugh (King County)
01:04:17
CM De Leon, we are proposing a Green Jobs position at the County that could help support development of jobs like that throughout the County.
Rachel Brombaugh (King County)
01:04:51
Exec Constantine is very interested in green economy growth.
Kristiana de Leon, Black Diamond City Council, Position 5
01:05:51
Rachel, that is wonderful! My city of Black Diamond needs to diversify its revenue and I can't think of a better and literally more sustainable way to do so. Whatever I can do to help promote that for the entire county.
Janice Zahn
01:06:45
What about embodied carbon strategies?
Janice Zahn
01:07:00
Is there a draft of the Climate Action toolkit now?
Lrobinson
01:08:11
Is it possible to measure current GHG emissions in our environment to show the impact of all the restrictions with COVID?
Craig Reynolds, Mercer Island
01:11:00
Which cities have not joined and why not?
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:12:41
Hi Craig, At this point it's mostly smaller cities that have not yet been able to join. The Elected Outreach Committee that Rachel will talk about shortly is helping a lot with recruitment. A major stated barrier for these smaller cities is staff capacity to participate.
Doug Levy - Regional Affairs Consultant, Renton
01:17:49
Rachel and Matt - Sorry if I'm behind - has the PPT been shared with folks or if not, could it be? It's very helpful.
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:18:16
Yes, the ppt was shared in the advance materials and I can reshare it with you.
Debra Srebnik
01:19:07
yes - it would be great if you could please share with everyone on the webinar
Jay Arnold (Kirkland)
01:19:12
If interested in the elected officials outreach group, my contact information is jarnold@kirklandwa.gov, (425) 587-3535
Lindsey Walsh - Issaquah
01:22:11
Could you put those registration links in the chat?
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:22:19
Yes. Hold on a moment
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:23:15
May 7th, 10am-11:30am: https://zoom.us/meeting/register/vpItdeyrrDoqvVyUloHoj2CZO6okiERIhg
Craig Reynolds, Mercer Island
01:23:29
IIs a time or location set for the June 3 work session?
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:23:40
May 12th1:30pm-3pm (workshops are the same)
Matt Kuharic, King County
01:24:28
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/uJItcuyrqTMog9xlYPMzqt6pBvXNGEv0AA
Mark Hofman City of Snoqualmie
01:24:33
thank you
Lindsey Walsh - Issaquah
01:24:50
Thanks Matt
Doug Levy - Regional Affairs Consultant, Renton
01:24:56
I have to drop off but appreciate the invite and the info - Doug Levy-
Kristiana de Leon, Black Diamond City Council, Position 5
01:26:02
Thank you!
Janice Zahn
01:26:26
Thank you. I look forward to the toolkit resources and collaboration.
Amy Falcone, Kirkland
01:26:31
This has been really informative. Thank you for hosting this!!
Jay Arnold (Kirkland)
01:26:45
Thank you Rachel, Matt, and Nicole!
Pam Stuart - Sammamish
01:26:47
Thank you all - always great work!
Lindsey Walsh - Issaquah
01:26:48
Will we get the toolkit ahead of those meetings so that we can come prepared with questions?
Craig Reynolds, Mercer Island
01:26:51
Thank you!
David Barnes - City of Kirkland
01:26:52
Thank you. Great job!
Kelli Curtis, Kirkland
01:26:56
Terrific! Thank you.
Lindsey Walsh - Issaquah
01:27:03
ahead of the May meetings
Claudia Balducci, King County Council
01:27:03
Thanks, everyone
CM Tosta (Burien)
01:27:05
Thanks Rachel, Matt, and Nicole! Stay healthy!
Matt - Snoqualmie
01:27:14
Thank you, Rachel, Matt and Nicole.
Lindsey Walsh - Issaquah
01:28:11
Thanks.
Barbara de Michele - Issaquah
01:28:22
Thank you!
Kristiana de Leon, Black Diamond City Council, Position 5
01:28:23
I appreciate this. I'm glad I could join in on my first K4C meeting!