One year into its existence, West Seattle’s newest community council – Westwood-Roxhill-Arbor Heights, aka WWRHAH – has taken a look back at that momentous first year (here’s our report on their 2013 launch meeting). Chair Amanda Kay Helmick delivered a “state of the council” report at the monthly meeting earlier this week. It’s part of the meeting report that secretary Joe Szilagyi published to the WWRHAH website. He also noted toward the start of the report that the meeting (and therefore the wrapup) also touched on these questions:
How is the public feedback on the Roxbury safety study?
Are we going to re-channelize (road diet) Roxbury?
Should we have bike lanes on Roxbury?
Should we move some bus layovers to Roxbury from Westwood?
How are the safety changes going for the Westwood Rapid Ride stop?
Are buses causing shaking detectable as earthquakes on Barton, 26th, and Roxbury?
When will SDOT start working on 35th Ave SW safety?
Will re-hydrating the bog in Roxhill Park help reduce flooding across West Seattle?
Interested in any of the above? See the report here – and note that WWRHAH (all volunteers, like all local community councils) could use your help as its advocacy and other community work continues.