Jeff Floor Chair/Facilitator
Jeff Floor graduated from the University of Utah in 1983 with a degree in painting and drawing, pursued the allure of the art-world mecca, New York City, only to realize that the commodification of art was more than his psyche could handle. Rededicating his livelihood to one that could address human-made impact on this planet, entered the UW architecture program in 1985, graduating in 1990 with an MArch and a certificate in Urban Design. Worked at Arai/Jackson, Arrellano Christofides, Miller Hull and currently at LMN Architects. Resident of Leschi since 1995, where he and wife Delia have raised two sons, both of whom attended Washington Middle School and Garfield High School (Theo GHS  Class of 2011; Mitso, Class of 2015). Committee member for the creation of the Officer Timothy Brenton memorial on 29th Avenue, a tutor at WMS and board member of the Leschi Community Council.

Tova Cubert Vice-Chair
Tova is a “visual strategist” working with companies of all sizes to create 
and implement initiatives to reach and retain customers. Her background includes stints at NBBJ as the Creative Director for the retail group, and consulting with companies such as Microsoft Mobile and Windows groups, Delta Airlines, Motorola, and PayPal. She uses her visual acuity and vast knowledge of retail and consumer habits to inform her work. Her interest in how retail impacts neighborhoods and public spaces, prompted her to joining the LURC in 2014. In 2012, Tova started an arts-focused nonprofit, Favorite Art Projects, creating retail experiences featuring mostly functional objects made by visual artists. Favorite’s inaugural project was at The Henry Art Gallery, at The University of Washington. Tova grew up in California’s Central Coast, moving to Seattle to attend the University of Washington, where she studied Art and Architectural History. In 1997, Tova moved to the Central District, bought a little 1903 Victorian and has been working on it ever since.

Dennis Comer
Dennis Comer is a retired military officer who has relocated to Seattle and has decided to create and run a small business in the Central District. Dennis’ background is both logistics and operations research/systems analysis. After spending most of his military career, destroying the earth and humankind, he has decided to dedicate the rest of his life supporting the care-taking of both earth and humankind. As such, he is a 3rd year student in the Seattle Tilth Farm Works New Farmer Training Program. A natural progression from farming, Dennis has opened a plant based/vegan deli to support the use of natural foods and the choice of having healthier food options.  Dennis has a BS in Computer Science from Prairie View A&M University, an M.S. in Operations Research and Systems Analysis from the Florida Institute of Technology and a Masters in Profession Studies in Publishing from The George Washington University (District of Columbia).

Mike Moedritzer
Mike Moedritzer grew up in St. Louis. He has a bachelor's degree in Architecture from Washington University Architecture School in 1981, and a Master's Degree in Architecture with an Urban Design Certificate from the University of Washington in 1988. He has worked as an architect in Seattle for a number of firms, designing mostly low-income housing, including the Seattle Housing Authority's Rainier Vista redevelopment. He has also done civic duty volunteering on citizen advisory panels helping the City of Seattle develop the original design review process, rewrite land use code for commercial and multi-family zones, and write neighborhood-specific design guidelines for the University District. He currently works at GGLO Architecture. Mike's ties to the Central Area began with his three kids at Washington Middle School and later Garfield High School. He's lived in Colman Park since 2004.

Bill Zosel
Bill has lived in the Central Area since 1979. He has participated in the community council for his neighborhood, Squire Park, for much of that time. He participated in the process that produced the Central Area Neighborhood Plan and, in particular, the Neighborhood Plan for the 12th Avenue Urban Center Village. Since the adoption of the Neighborhood Plan he has participated in the stewardship committee for the 12th Avenue Plan. The inspiration to take part in the neighborhood arose in 1992 when he saw the results of neighbors getting together to forge an agreement among the community, the City of Seattle, and Seattle University that changed the course of development in the neighborhood in a significant and positive way.

Sharon Khosla
Sharon Khosla came to Seattle from the east coast in 1998 to attend graduate school in architecture at the UW. She received her Masters of Architecture degree in 2002 and since then, Sharon has been practicing architecture in and around the Seattle area focusing on public and non-profit work.  Most recently, Sharon joined The Global Studio where she works with non-profit organization and NGO’s to bring inclusive community based design to vulnerable communities globally. Sharon and her family have been residents of the Central Area for over 12 years.  She currently lives in the Jackson Place neighborhood with her husband and two daughters (4 and 8).  She is committed to the neighborhood and is excited about how it will develop in the future.

Bill Bradburd
Bill Bradburd is a retired information systems consultant who became interested land use issues a few years ago as changes and gentrification began disrupting his neighborhood, Jackson Place, near Little Saigon. Besides being active with his community council and district council, he chairs the Seattle Neighborhood Coalition, is co-chair of the City Neighborhood Council Budget Committee, and provides guidance to community groups around the city.