Tonight’s calendar highlight: Westwood-Roxhill-Arbor Heights CC

June 3, 2014 at 10:08 am | In Arbor Heights, Neighborhoods, West Seattle news, Westwood | 1 Comment

Thornton Creek did it – can Roxhill Bog do it too? That’s one of the neighborhood issues on the agenda for today’s featured calendar highlight, the Westwood-Roxhill-Arbor Heights Community Council meeting. Live/work in any of those neighborhoods? Go check out WWRHAH at 6:15 pm, Southwest Branch Library (35th/Henderson). See the agenda in our calendar listing, and the calendar itself has many more events for today/tonight, including nightlife!

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  1. so glad I was able to make it to this meeting; the visiting speaker, who was community president during middle to end of the Northgate Thornton Creek 20yr development process, shared a wealth of helpful info so Roxhill Bog won’t have to totally reinvent the wheel to start a similar process in the Westwood Village area; fascinating story with a mix of history of the land, politics, community activism; and how a really good developer with expertise on how to integrate all the public/private components can make such a difference; and recommendations of expert “daylighting” architect and excellent attorney; all VERY enlightening; I look forward to Joe’s report, since I was so intent on listening and didn’t take any notes

    Comment by Diane — 11:31 am June 4, 2014 #

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