After speaking with over 1500 people MICA has put together the following report of findings that will influence our next steps. On October 8th we will present an in-person explanation of the report. It will be held at the Mercer Island Girls and Boys Club from 7-8:30pm. Member from both MICA and Phinney Bishcoff will be in attendance to speak and answer questions.
Community Visioning Report
There is a great new opportunity for arts & culture for all generations on Mercer Island! Let your neighbors and the MI City Council know you support MICA & YTN at the Tully's location and lend your name to the Statement of Support. *Please sign by September 17th in time for the City Council & MICA study session*
Statement of Support!
On August 28th, the arts on Mercer Island took a positive step forward, when the Mercer Island City Council met and voted 5-0 to make the arts a priority in the selection process for the commuter parking project. The letter below was sent to the City on the August 23rd to make our case.