Followup: Time, place set for community conversation with City Council’s land-use leader

With more than 3,200 new and planned residential units – plus single-family rebuilds and infill – development and land use have been hot topics in West Seattle, to say the least; not just specific projects, but also city policies. This past Wednesday night, we brought you first word of the Southwest and Delridge Neighborhood District Councils‘ plan for a June 4th community conversation about land use and development featuring City Councilmember Mike O’Brien, who chairs the Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability Committee. Today, the time and place have been announced: 6:30 pm June 4th, which is the regular monthly meeting time for the SWDC, but not the usual place – this will be in a larger space, American Legion Post 160‘s hall at 3618 SW Alaska in The Triangle, so there’s room for anyone and everyone interested. No RSVP needed – just be there.

3 Replies to "Followup: Time, place set for community conversation with City Council's land-use leader"

  • JunctionJim May 23, 2014 (1:38 pm)

    A big thanks to Tracy and the blog for their great, prospective coverage of the evolving land use concerns in West Seattle. It really serves the community to have this information broadcast in advance of an event to foster participation.

  • Mike May 23, 2014 (7:35 pm)

    Yes, thank you! Btw, the link is busted and goes to a 404 deprecated page. Here’s a link that is working…right now.

    • WSB May 23, 2014 (9:06 pm)

      Sorry, Mike, that was my error, left the “m” off at the end. Have fixed now – TR

Sorry, comment time is over.

WP-Backgrounds by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann