2 hot topics at Southwest District Council this week

September 1, 2009 at 9:04 am | In Alki Homestead, Southwest District Council, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

No major public meetings tonight, but tomorrow night, you might want to show up for the Southwest District Council‘s monthly meeting at the South Seattle Community College board room if you’re interested in libraries or landmarks: The agenda includes a Friends of Seattle Public Library rep talking about the SPL budget – hot considering this is the week the libraries are shuttered to save $ – and a Southwest Seattle Historical Society rep discussing what’s up with the landmark Alki Homestead Restaurant, closed since the fire last January. Also on the agenda, Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell, and a discussion of the candidates’ forum the SWDC and its counterpart the Delridge Neighborhoods District Council plan to co-sponsor before the November election (as reported here last month). The council meets at 7 pm Wednesday, board room at SSCC (campus map here; map of the Robert Smith Building, containing the board room, here).

2 Comments

  1. What came of this with the Homestead? I’d love to see it re-open soon.

    Comment by Vanessa — 10:29 am September 9, 2009 #

  2. I haven’t written this separately yet (it’s in queue) but no action was taken – everyone is going to wait and see what Tom Lin says as a guest speaker at next Thursday (week from tomorrow)’s Alki Community Council meeting – TR

    Comment by WSB — 10:37 am September 9, 2009 #

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