Dear parents – Innis Arden summer tennis season is quickly approaching and I’m sure all of you are looking forward to the end of the school year and fun in the sun! Great news – we now have a website for the program and online registration. Tennis parent Katie Phipps-Sanchez has graciously volunteered many hours of her time and graphic design talents to help design a fantastic website. This will include online registration and all of the class and team information will be available online.
The website is now available for class registration – please go to https://www.innisardentennis.com. The tennis class season will start on June 26th/27th and run through August 4th. Both youth and adult classes will be offered at same days/times as last year. We will also offer a brand new “gut buster for guys” class bright and early at 6 am Tues.
We are thrilled to have Heather, Cameron, Jelena and Gunnar back as our coaching staff this year and we are planning another great season of tennis.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Innis Arden Tennis Coordinator
From the City: Richmond Beach Road Rechannelization
from two lanes in each direction to one vehicle lane in each direction,
bike lanes, and a center turn lane
The City of Shoreline is kicking off the Richmond Beach Road Rechannelization project (project website here: http://www.shorelinewa.gov/government/departments/public-works-/capital-improvement-plan/richmond-beach-road-rechannelization).
Please join us for our first public open house on June 22 from 5:30-7:30pm at the Richmond Beach Library (please see attached flyer).
The format will be as follows:
- 15-30 minutes for sign in/ looking at the displays
- 30-45 minutes for a short presentation by City staff followed by a Q&A session
- The remaining time will be used for informal conversations with City staff and residents/ further exploration of the displays
The purpose of this meeting is to introduce the project and gather neighborhood feedback early enough that it can help shape the design. It would be great to hear from neighbors about difficult intersections or crossing points that we may be able to address through this project. I do want to be transparent in that we will almost certainly go forward with the three lane channelization. The primary driver behind that design decision is safety and the collision history of this corridor, but other design decisions will be impacted by community feedback.
Please share this information with your neighbors and contact project manager Alisa Arment with any questions.