West Seattle Wednesday: Delridge District Council; Morgan Community Association; Sealth open house…

October 17, 2012 at 9:00 am | In West Seattle news, WS miscellaneous | 4 Comments

(Thanks to Holli for sharing the photo taken along Longfellow Creek)
From the WSB West Seattle Events Calendar for today/tonight:

FIREFIGHTER STORY TIME: Local firefighters will help local preschoolers learn about fire safety with this special appearance at West Seattle (Admiral) Library, 2306 42nd SW, 10:30 am.

BEX IV LEVY ENTERS FINAL SCHOOL BOARD STAGES: As reported here on Tuesday, the newest draft of the Seattle Public Schools BEX IV levy is to be formally introduced at tonight’s School Board meeting – one of two final steps before it goes to voters. The new draft moves the Arbor Heights Elementary rebuild up one year to 2018. Advocates from around West Seattle – and some beyond – say it should be at the head of the list. They’re planning to rally around 3:45 pm outside the district’s SODO headquarters, where the board meeting starts at 4:15 (with the public-comment period at 5).

OKTOBERFEST AT MERRILL GARDENS WEST SEATTLE: 5-7 pm tonight, 4611 35th SW, just call for reservations! Full details in the calendar listing.

SEALTH OPEN HOUSE: The fall open house for Chief Sealth International High School families to come meet teachers and find out more about what’s happening this year is tonight at 6 pm.

MORGAN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION: The quarterly meeting’s agenda – 7 pm, The Kenney (7125 Fauntleroy Way SW; WSB sponsor) – includes an update on the Murray Combined Sewer Overflow storage-tank project at Lowman Beach and the city’s proposed purchase of a site just north of Morgan Junction Park, to expand it.

DELRIDGE NEIGHBORHOODS DISTRICT COUNCIL: The monthly meeting of reps from organizations around eastern West Seattle is at 7 pm, Youngstown Cultural Arts Center (4408 Delridge Way SW). The agenda includes a county update on the Barton Combined Sewer Overflow reduction project, following last weekend’s open house regarding changes in the plan for “green stormwater infrastructure” in Sunrise Heights and Westwood, with 19 bioswales now planned instead of 31.

These are just a few of the highlights – MUCH more on the calendar!

4 Comments

  1. Holli,
    Nice capture. Really like that photo.

    Comment by JordanP — 9:25 am October 17, 2012 #

  2. Thanks, JordanP! West Seattle is such a beautiful place. Longfellow Creek is one of the many hidden jewels:)

    Comment by Holli — 11:40 am October 17, 2012 #

  3. Nice Holli!

    Comment by 35this35mph — 9:15 pm October 17, 2012 #

  4. Excellent action shot of Fall, falling into winter.

    Comment by Kaarisa Kartlen — 7:17 am October 18, 2012 #

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