Thank you, Griffin area residents! We have met our fundraising goal for the
fourth year. The challenge now is to meet our goal during the fifth year of our
partnership with Capitol Land Trust. Help us to reach $75,000 by the end of
our fifth year.
Now you can support the GNA while shopping on Amazon.com. Simply start
shopping here, using this search tool. Any purchases you make during your
session that begins here will generate a small commission paid to the GNA,
at no additional cost to you.
Click to go to ► Subdivide parcel at 6245 - 49th Lane NW totaling about 12.1 acres into two lots. The new parcel will be accessed directly from the existing cul-de-sac, This is a resubmittal of a prior application which has expired. Click to go to ► Application to co-locate AT&T cell phone equipment on an existing tower located at 7311 Old Highway 101 NW. Click to go to ► Special Use Application to build and operate a bed and breakfast at 5531 Sunrise Beach Rd NW.
Click to go to ► Totten
Inlet Mussel Culture Environmental Impact Statement. Link is to the Thurston
County Development Services web site. Click to go to
►Application to amend plans to build a private tennis club at Sexton and
Steamboat Island Road. Click to go to
►150' cell tower near 9604 Hunter Point Road.
Click to go to
The County's web page listing recent land use
activities. We are in the County's "Sub-Area 1."
WHO IS THE GRIFFIN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION?
The Griffin Neighborhood Association (GNA) is a registered, nonprofit, nonpartisan
group of neighbors living within the boundaries of the
Griffin School District,
Thurston County, Washington.
Any person owning property, a business, or residing in the
Griffin area is
eligible to become a member and to participate fully in the Association.
Membership is also open to community groups and students of the Griffin School
District. If you live or work in the Griffin neighborhood or Steamboat Peninsula, the Griffin
Neighborhood Association is you.
Originally organized as the Oyster Bay Neighborhood Association in 1990, we
were registered as the nonprofit Griffin Neighborhood Association in December,
MISSION OF THE GRIFFIN NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION
mission is to help build community consensus on major issues confronting the
Griffin area, including growth, land issues, habitat, water quality,
transportation and school planning. When appropriate, we research issues as
honest brokers of information, provide forums for debate, attempt to arrive
at community consensus and issue resolution, and present this consensus to
appropriate decision makers.
The Griffin Neighborhood Association also undertakes and supports projects
that benefit our community, help to build a sense of community, and educate
the community on topics of interest.
BOARD AND OFFICERS OF THE GRIFFIN NEIGHBORHOOD
Board is comprised of current members of the Association,
elected by members of the Association present at the Annual
Meeting. Officers are elected from the Board membership by members of
The Board typically sets a schedule of regular meetings, annually.
Tentative meeting dates, times and locations are posted on the
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