Mostly gone but not forgotten, our weekend snowfall yielded so many great photos. Thanks to Jeff Abel Photography for the Lincoln Park scene above. We’re compiling one more gallery; scroll through our West Seattle Weather archives for the ones already published as well as the as-it-happened weekend news coverage. Now, on to today! From the WSB West Seattle Event Calendar:
STATE OF THE COUNTY: King County Executive Dow Constantine is about to deliver his State of the County address to the County Council in a special location, White Center Heights Elementary, as announced last week. You can follow along on Twitter starting at 10 am. (10015 6th SW)
VILLAGE COOP SCHOOL TOURS: 1:30 pm, prospective families and students are invited to tour this cooperative K-2 school at South Seattle Community College. RSVPs requested – info’s in our calendar listing. (6000 16th SW)
BALLOT MEASURE FOR BUSES/ROADS? This afternoon, back in their downtown chambers at 1:30 pm, the County Council will consider voting to put the proposed car-tab fee/sales-tax increase measure for Metro and roads on the April ballot. The agenda also includes the June service cuts that will take effect unless that passes or some other funding is found. (King County Courthouse, 4th/James)
AFTERNOON BOOK GROUP: “A Death in the Family” by James Agee is the featured book this month for the group open to everyone and meeting at 2 pm today at Southwest Branch Library. (35th/Henderson)
NORTH DELRIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL: 6:30 pm, NDNC meets at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center. The agenda announcement: “We’ll be hearing from a High Point neighbor about efforts to improve pedestrian crossings near Boren school, hearing from a city representative about pedestrian improvements planned near Delridge and Brandon, and have a time to discuss public-safety concerns in the Brandon Node.” (4408 Delridge Way SW)
NIGHTLIFE: See the listings on our calendar page, and if there’s something we’re missing, e-mail the info so we can add it!