At the November meeting of the Victory Heights Community Council, we heard from Seattle Police Department representatives Mary Amberg and Officer Bryan Kennedy about a great new program offered by the postal service that will notify you daily of the contents of your mail delivery so you can be sure it arrives safely.
Called “Informed Delivery,” once you sign up it will, “Digitally preview your mail and manage your packages scheduled to arrive soon.” Officer Kennedy reminded us that, “Seattle has a huge problem with property crime,” especially this time of year when everyone is getting packages. With Informed Delivery, you know exactly what to expect in your mailbox (or door) every day in case something should go missing.
We were also reminded not to leave your items in the car when shopping at the mall this season.
In other news at the community council meeting, we heard from Katie Bang from Seattle Parks about the playground renovation project. Originally scheduled for completion last September, due to a concrete strike, a water runoff redesign, and the weather, the playground portion of the project is now expected to be finished in mid-December (ribbon-cutting in January?). In the spring the contractors will begin work on the walking path around the field and finish the basketball court.
The next meeting is on Tuesday, December 19th at the co-op preschool building in Victory Heights Park.