West Seattle development from a different perspective: Walk on Saturday

May 1, 2014 at 1:48 pm | In Development, West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

This Saturday, a Feet First-presented “Jane’s Walk” presents a look at development in and around The Junction and The Triangle – on foot, with veteran walking ambassadors and WS residents Timothy Lowry and Bryan Fiedorczyk. FF explains the Jane’s Walk concept here: “The walks get people to explore their cities, connect with neighbors, and learn new information about their communities.” Over the course of up to 3 miles – heading out from the Charlestown water tower (map) at 10 am – you’ll hear and talk about the past, present and future. RSVP here!

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  1. it would be interesting if someone noted corner locations along this 3 mile walk, particularly on arterials, that don’t have (useable) wheelchair ramps. I’d be there if I could but, alas, my time is committed elsewhere.

    Comment by metrognome — 4:11 pm May 1, 2014 #

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