Who’ll take over ex-substations? West Seattle Green Space Coalition meets Sunday; City Council discussion Wednesday

March 8, 2014 at 3:32 pm | In Utilities, West Seattle news | Comments Off

Two meetings in the next four days will deal with the six ex-substations City Light is getting rid of:

GREEN SPACE COALITION TOMORROW: Can’t make meetings on weeknights? The West Seattle Green Space Coalition, working on the future of six City Light-owned ex-substation sites in our area, invites you to its meeting tomorrow afternoon:

The West Seattle Green Space Coalition will meet Sunday, March 9 at 3:00 pm at the West Seattle (Delridge) Public Library. Topics will include follow-up on the WSGSC’s March 5th meeting with representatives from Seattle City Light and Tom Rasmussen regarding SCL’s project to decide within months what to do with former substations that have sat idle for decades, including ones in West Seattle. We made good progress on how to work with the City to come up with best ways to give the Neighborhoods more time to keep these open spaces for the community.

Here’s our report on the Wednesday tour mentioned above. Then on Wednesday:

CITY COUNCIL ENERGY COMMITTEE: A briefing on the ex-substations is on the agenda for the 9:30 am Wednesday (March 12th) meeting of the Energy Committee, chaired by Councilmember Kshama Sawant. Mary Fleck from the WSGSC is among those who will be participating. You can see the city’s slide deck here, including this slide outlining what happens next:

The Wednesday meeting is in council chambers at City Hall downtown; there will be a public comment period.

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