Triangle – West Seattle Blog… http://westseattleblog.com West Seattle news, 24/7 Wed, 21 Feb 2018 21:21:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.4 BULLETIN: Fauntleroy Boulevard project ‘on hold’ http://westseattleblog.com/2018/01/bulletin-fauntleroy-boulevard-project-on-hold/ http://westseattleblog.com/2018/01/bulletin-fauntleroy-boulevard-project-on-hold/#comments Wed, 31 Jan 2018 23:53:00 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=907668
(WSB file photo – 38th/Fauntleroy, in the zone set for the now-on-hold project)

FIRST REPORT, 3:53 PM: Tonight, as we’ve been reporting, the Junction Neighborhood Organization has a Fauntleroy Boulevard project update on the agenda. This afternoon, we’ve learned it will be a MAJOR update: The project is on hold, because of concerns that have long been raised by some community members – including that it might conflict with Sound Transit‘s light-rail plan, leading to the same stretch of busy roadway being torn up twice. Just posted to the project webpage:

We’re putting construction of the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project on hold.

… Based on community input and continued coordination with Sound Transit, we are putting construction of the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project on hold. This decision responds to community concerns about prolonged construction and effective use of taxpayer dollars.

Sound Transit’s current proposed route for the voter-approved West Seattle Light Rail Extension includes an elevated rail line on Fauntleroy Way. If built after the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project, there is the possibility that Fauntleroy improvements would need to be removed and potentially rebuilt.

During our recent design outreach, we heard community concerns about dealing with major construction twice in such a short amount of time. The community also asked whether constructing the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project now, and potentially having elements of the project removed later, would be an effective use of public dollars. Our decision to put construction on hold will help to ensure that SDOT’s and Sound Transit’s plans for this stretch of Fauntleroy Way don’t conflict. We recognize West Seattle has multiple paving and transit priorities, and we will reallocate Fauntleroy Boulevard Project funds to address the community’s needs.

Sound Transit is still in the early stages of their design for light rail to West Seattle, and they anticipate choosing a preferred alignment by mid-2019. Last month, the City announced plans to work closely with Sound Transit over the next 18 months to identify a preferred route for the light rail tracks and stations to the West Seattle Junction.

The Fauntleroy Boulevard plan stemmed from a community-generated proposal dating back to the turn of the millennium. It proposed a rechannelization of Fauntleroy Way SW between SW Alaska and 35th SW, adding safety and multi-modal features, and stretches of landscaped median. It was idle for some years (concepts were explored in 2010) and then “re-activated” in 2016, with the final design announced last year. But as the Sound Transit West Seattle to Ballard planning phase ramped up recently, so did the questions and concerns about why millions would be spent on this stretch only to potentially see it torn up again a few years later (it’s in the draft alignment, and ST hopes to start construction as soon as 2025).

ADDED 6:09 PM: We asked City Councilmember Lisa Herbold for comment. Her reply:

We’re working to insure that if Sound Transit builds the representative alignment then Sound Transit will be responsible for rebuilding to project-level standards if they dig up the same portion of the street. If Sound Transit, on the other hand, chooses a different alignment and we move forward with the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project and SDOT determines that there are increased costs as a result of cost escalation due to the delay, then we’ll work to see that Sound Transit picks up those extra costs. Sound Transit won’t make final alignment decisions until late 2019, so in the meantime, we need to be working to prepare for a possible reallocation of levy dollars, based on what we have heard and will hear from the community about West Seattle’s transportation priorities. We don’t want to wait on Sound Transit to keep delivering levy improvements in West Seattle.

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WEST SEATTLE CRIME WATCH: Thieves hit Triangle business http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/west-seattle-crime-watch-thieves-hit-business/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/west-seattle-crime-watch-thieves-hit-business/#comments Tue, 12 Dec 2017 23:14:19 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=903588 Another business hit by thieves – this time, Mountain to Sound Outfitters (3602 SW Alaska in The Triangle) reports:

We had 2 Thule Cargo Boxes stolen from in front of the shop last night. A Thule Force Large and a Thule Force XL. This is now the 3rd total that has been ripped off this year, and we want to let the community know to be on the lookout that local small businesses are being targeted.

If you have tips for the investigation, the SPD incident number is 17-457102.

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FOLLOWUP: West Seattle Trader Joe’s open again after 4-day power-outage closure http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-west-seattle-trader-joes-open-again-after-4-day-power-outage-closure/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-west-seattle-trader-joes-open-again-after-4-day-power-outage-closure/#comments Wed, 06 Dec 2017 17:04:32 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=902977 Photo added 9:36 am

The West Seattle Trader Joe’s store was expected to reopen this morning after its four-day power outage ended last night, and indeed, multiple WSB readers report, it did. The outage started very early Saturday after a suspected DUI driver rolled his car into the transformer and other equipment on the north side of the store at 4545 Fauntleroy Way SW; City Light told WSB that its part of the repairs were completed by Saturday night but other equipment belonging to the store had to be fixed before they could reconnect, and that took until last night. (While any prolonged closure of a business would be news, this store holds a special place in West Seattle lore due to the many years community members clamored for it, a long wait that finally ended when the conversion of a former car-sales business was completed with the store’s opening in April 2012.)

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FOLLOWUP: Third day of West Seattle Trader Joe’s closure because of crash-caused power outage http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-third-day-of-west-seattle-trader-joes-closure-because-of-crash-caused-power-outage/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-third-day-of-west-seattle-trader-joes-closure-because-of-crash-caused-power-outage/#comments Mon, 04 Dec 2017 18:12:23 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=902772

The West Seattle Trader Joe’s is still closed right now, third day since a power outage caused by a flipped-car crash early Saturday, as first reported here that morning. We have new information from Seattle City Light, after a conversation with spokesperson Scott Thomsen. He explains that the crash damaged not only SCL’s “pad-mounted transformer” – in the spot shown in our photo above, on the northeast corner of 39th SW and Fauntleroy Way – but also “some equipment that belongs to the customer” (Trader Joe’s). Thomsen says SCL completed its work, including replacing the transformer, by 7 pm Saturday. The delay since then is because the electrician working on TJ’s equipment has not yet finished fixing it; once they have, Thomsen says, they are ready to reconnect the power. Side note, answering some questions that had come up in the comment discussion: The damaged transformer did NOT contain PCBs: “The transformer that was hit was one of our new ones, containing certified FR3 vegetable oil. No PCBs. We cleaned up the oil that did leak.” We also sent an inquiry to Trader Joe’s this morning and have not yet heard back; if and when we do, we’ll add the information to this story. Meantime, SPD was investigating the crash as a possible case of DUI; Angela caught the crash aftermath on video:

The driver (who SPD says is a 26-year-old man) was taken to the hospital by private ambulance, which indicates his injuries weren’t major.

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FOLLOWUP: West Seattle Trader Joe’s closed because of power outage caused by early morning crash http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-west-seattle-trader-joes-closed-because-of-power-outage-caused-by-early-morning-crash/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/followup-west-seattle-trader-joes-closed-because-of-power-outage-caused-by-early-morning-crash/#comments Sat, 02 Dec 2017 17:11:09 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=902544

9:11 AM: Thanks to everyone who’s texted us about this, reporting that West Seattle Trader Joe’s is closed right now because of a power outage caused by the flipped-car crash we reported early this morning. Angela, whose photo is in our original report, also sent this video:

One person went to the hospital via private ambulance, indicating their injuries were not life-threatening. Meantime, the City Light map says they’re hoping for restoration around 10:30 am – as with all outages, could be sooner, could be later.

9:22 AM: We just went over to the store to find out more. Lots of crews working out front on repairs. A Trader Joe’s staffer tells us they don’t know how long it’ll take – they’ve been warned it could be several hours.

12:05 PM: Still out, per the SCL map and per driving by. No restoration estimate now. Meantime, as noted in comments, SPD classified the crash as a suspected case of DUI.

SUNDAY MORNING NOTE: The SCL outage map shows the power still out. We hope to get over there around 9:30 to verify that the closure is continuing.

10:17 AM: We haven’t made it there yet but multiple reader messages confirm the closure continues.

NOTE: Our Sunday followup is here.

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Crash at Fauntleroy/Alaska http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/crash-at-fauntleroyalaska/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/12/crash-at-fauntleroyalaska/#comments Sat, 02 Dec 2017 10:38:10 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=902517

If you have to head out, avoid Fauntleroy/Alaska for a while. Though no major injuries are reported, a flipped-car crash there has raised some safety concerns because of a leak from the car. (Thanks to Angela for the photo.)

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West Seattle weekend scene: Your view into Station 32, at its first open house http://westseattleblog.com/2017/11/happening-now-your-view-into-station-32-at-its-first-open-house/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/11/happening-now-your-view-into-station-32-at-its-first-open-house/#comments Sat, 04 Nov 2017 18:30:47 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=899793

ORIGINAL ‘HAPPENING NOW’ REPORT, 11:30 AM: As promised, the Seattle Fire Department is welcoming visitors at Station 32 right now for the first time since the August move-in.

Until 1 pm, it’s the first open house for the newly rebuilt and expanded station in The Triangle at 3715 SW Alaska. More to come!

ADDED 2:11 PM: Since we already took you on a tour of the $18 million station, our added photos focus on who we saw there. Many potential future firefighters:

Eight more photos ahead:

Visitors had many options, not just gawking at the shiny new station. Family fire-safety advice was offered:

Craft tables, too:

Special displays to look at:

Classic fire trucks were outside courtesy of the Last Resort Fire Department, which brought photos to show inside the station, too. And along with the smiles on visitors’ faces, SFD leaders were beaming, too, like Station 32 Capt. Charles Sasse:

We’re told he had a lot to do with putting together the big event. Fire Chief Harold Scoggins was there, too:

Did we mention the mini-fire hats were free?

So was the stroller parking:

Speaking of parking … the station is usually home to Ladder 11, Engine 32, Medic 32, and Battalion 7 vehicles/apparatus, but for these two hours, they were outside and visitors had room to roam:

Missed today’s open house? SFD usually also has some station open houses on Neighbor Day in late winter, so we’ll know in a few months if Station 32 will be open again for that.

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TOUR TIME: Saturday’s the day you get to see West Seattle’s Fire Station 32 up close http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/tour-time-saturdays-the-day-you-get-to-see-west-seattles-fire-station-32-up-close/ Wed, 01 Nov 2017 01:09:39 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=899352 (WSB photo, inside new Fire Station 32)

Shortly after West Seattle’s new Fire Station 32 was occupied two months ago, we requested a tour and showed you some of what’s inside. Not long after that, we confirmed that SFD planned an open house on November 4th – and now, it’s almost here! The department published an official reminder today, saying that Saturday’s 11 am-1 pm event will include your chance to “tour the new station, meet (your) local firefighters, explore children’s activities, and enjoy refreshments.” And the city’s Office of Arts and Culture says the artist who created “Station 32 1/2 for FS32, Sean Orlando, will be there too. Everybody’s welcome; the station’s at 3715 SW Alaska.

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Driver hits service-station sign in Fauntleroy/Alaska collision http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/driver-hits-service-station-sign-in-fauntleroyalaska-collision/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/driver-hits-service-station-sign-in-fauntleroyalaska-collision/#comments Thu, 12 Oct 2017 23:52:28 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=897417 Checking the West Seattle traffic cameras a short time ago, we noticed this:

(SDOT camera framegrab)

That’s the Shell-station sign at Fauntleroy/Alaska. No injuries, apparently, because no Seattle Fire dispatch was logged, and no SDOT traffic alert. Then we received this ground-level photo from Brian Presser of TouchTech Systems:

Brian says a semitruck was involved in the collision too. As of right now, the live webcam shows the car is still there on the corner – so pedestrians beware, and north/east-bound drivers too, as eventually a tow truck will have to come take it away.

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WEST SEATTLE SKI SWAP 2017: Here’s how to sell and/or buy this weekend http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/west-seattle-ski-swap-2017-heres-how-to-sell-andor-buy-this-weekend/ Wed, 11 Oct 2017 22:08:40 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=897287 Your chance to buy/sell skis, snowboards, boots, clothing, and other winter accessories is just days away at the 2017 West Seattle Ski Swap, presented by Mountain to Sound Outfitters. It’s happening next door to M2SO at American Legion Post 160 (3618 SW Alaska). Here’s the schedule:

Sellers drop off items for sale:
Friday (October 13th) 3 pm-7 pm

Sale, day 1:
Saturday, 10 am-5 pm

Sale, day 2:
Sunday, 10 am-4 pm

Sellers pick up unsold items:
Sunday, 4:30-6 pm

If you’re interested in selling, register here.

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FAUNTLEROY BOULEVARD PROJECT: Final design to include 37th SW left-turn break http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/fauntleroy-boulevard-project-final-design-to-include-37th-sw-left-turn-break/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/10/fauntleroy-boulevard-project-final-design-to-include-37th-sw-left-turn-break/#comments Wed, 04 Oct 2017 23:43:06 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=896771 SDOT has just announced the final design for the Fauntleroy Boulevard project will include a left-turn break at 37th SW:

See the full final design on SDOT’s website, and in a smaller version below:

From the SDOT announcement:

Throughout the design process, we’ve been committed to improving mobility on Fauntleroy Way SW for all users – people who walk, bike, and drive. The final design includes two lanes of traffic in each direction on Fauntleroy Way, as we have today, with new sidewalks and crosswalks, a protected bike lane, traffic signal revisions to improve flow, landscaping improvements and more. Read more about the final design on our webpage.

Based on technical analysis and input from the community, we have incorporated into the final design a 2-way left-turn break in the median near 37th Ave SW, while maintaining the traffic calming effects of the landscaped center median. You can read the full summary of public feedback about this design change here.

Next steps

Construction of the Fauntleroy Boulevard Project is currently anticipated to begin as soon as early 2018. This fall, we’ll begin pre-construction outreach, including sharing more information about traffic routing during construction.

This announcement went out one day after we asked SDOT specific questions about where the project stood, including the “traffic routing during construction” question – so apparently they have yet to decide whether to go with the longer construction schedule, which would involve keeping one lane open each way on Fauntleroy during the project, or the shorter schedule, which would involve making that stretch of Fauntleroy temporarily one way. The answers to our questions, which came in concurrently a short time ago along with this general announcement, also included the note from SDOT spokesperson Norm Mah that “We’re continuing to coordinate with Sound Transit on our collective project timelines.” That was also mentioned by City Councilmember Lisa Herbold in her weekly update last Friday.

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WELCOMING WEEK: West Seattle YMCA celebration to include music, dance, food, film http://westseattleblog.com/2017/09/welcoming-week-west-seattle-ymca-celebration-to-include-music-dance-food-film/ Mon, 18 Sep 2017 16:04:00 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=895330 You are invited to join in special events at the West Seattle YMCA (WSB sponsor) this week to celebrate Welcoming Week. Here’s the announcement:

This Welcoming Week (through Sunday, September 24th), the West Seattle YMCA will join Welcoming America, hundreds of YMCAs and other organizations nationwide in hosting free events to celebrate immigrants’ contributions to communities and bring together all residents in a spirit of unity. Welcoming Week activities are all free, open to the public and include a focus on cultural experiences.

“At the YMCA, we believe we are stronger when everyone in the community feels welcome and we can all work together for the common good,” said West Seattle YMCA Executive Director Shalimar Gonzales. “Welcoming Week is an opportunity for neighbors – both immigrants and U.S.-born residents – to connect, find common ground and celebrate our shared values – all for a better us.”

West Seattle Y’s Welcoming Week activities include:

Sept. 19, 9-10 am and 6:30-7:30 pm. Our Global Y: Presentation and Discussion. West Seattle staff member Austin Cassell will share his reflection on his recent trip to the Tijuana YMCA.

Sept. 20, 4:30-6 pm. Cooking Across Cultures. Stop in for a FREE community cooking demo where you’ll learn and taste how potatoes are prepared in three different countries: India, Korea, and Mexico. Chef Kim O’Donnel will lead an immersive culinary adventure by preparing aloo gobi (India), gamja jeon (Korea), and papas con rajas (Mexico).

Sept. 22, 6-7 pm. Film Screening of 8 Borders, 8 Days.

A single mother shows us the consequences of closing America’s doors to people fleeing war. With no answer to her application for resettlement in the US, a smuggler’s raft to Europe was the only way out. 8 Borders, 8 Days is a 60-minute documentary following their story.

Sept. 22, 5-6 pm. Afro-Cuban Dance with guest instructor Mark Lilly. Join us as we explore the traditions of the Yoruba people of Nigeria with instructor Mark Lilly. In this class you’ll learn the traditional Orisha dance movements. These dances came to the Americas during slave trade (Maafa) and are taught in the Afro-Cuban technique.

The West Seattle Y is in The Triangle, at 36th SW/SW Snoqualmie.

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SAVE THE DATE: Open house set for new Fire Station 32 http://westseattleblog.com/2017/09/save-the-date-open-house-set-for-new-fire-station-32/ Sat, 09 Sep 2017 23:05:50 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=894398 (WSB photo from last month)

We promised to let you know when the Seattle Fire Department set the date for an open house at brand-new Station 32. It was still being worked out when we toured the new station last month – but now the date’s finalized – set your calendar for 11 am-1 pm on Saturday, November 4th. SFD’s official announcement won’t be until the date is a little closer, but they confirmed the date after a reader texted us (thanks!) to say they had heard about it while stopping by the station. The new $18 million station is at the same spot (37th/38th/Alaska) as the old one, but much larger, and now home to the area’s battalion chief as well as Engine 32, Ladder 11, and Medic 32.

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WEST SEATTLE’S NEWEST CROSSWALK: SW Alaska, west of Fauntleroy http://westseattleblog.com/2017/08/west-seattles-newest-crosswalk-sw-alaska-west-of-fauntleroy/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/08/west-seattles-newest-crosswalk-sw-alaska-west-of-fauntleroy/#comments Wed, 30 Aug 2017 00:23:00 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=893400

The long-anticipated SW Alaska crosswalk on the west side of Fauntleroy Way is now open (lower half of the top photo). First word came in a short time ago from Matt, who also sent the photos:

Finally! They painted the stripes this morning and it was open by the afternoon. They also re-striped East across Fauntleroy.

The walk signal is about 15 seconds long and the turn arrow does remain red; however, I did observe one southbound car start to proceed through the right turn when the signal turned green for the other two lanes only to stop quickly when they saw a pedestrian crossing. I’d suggest caution when crossing here as it may take a while for people to get used to a crosswalk being here.

This crosswalk has been years in the making – though SDOT installed it, it was part of The Whittaker‘s (WSB sponsor) “public-benefit package,” required for its alley vacation; the crosswalk goes from The Whittaker’s northeast corner across SW Alaska to Spruce (LA Fitness + apartments). We’re told there’s still a little more work ahead at this intersection, so don’t expect to see it crew-less just yet.

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NEW FIRE STATION 32: See what’s inside http://westseattleblog.com/2017/08/new-fire-station-32-see-whats-inside/ http://westseattleblog.com/2017/08/new-fire-station-32-see-whats-inside/#comments Mon, 28 Aug 2017 03:46:46 +0000 http://westseattleblog.com/?p=893020

It’s been a week and a half since local firefighters moved into the new Fire Station 32 in the West Seattle Triangle. You’ve likely seen its gleaming, glass-laden exterior at 38th/Alaska – now, take a look inside. We had a longstanding request in for a tour, and got it this past week, once the move-in was well-enough along for a visit.

The $18 million station opened 10 years after the date originally projected when voters passed the 2003 Fire Levy (we reported on the schedule changes in 2015). It is now officially the central fire station for this area – home to Ladder 11, Engine 32, and Medic 32, as it had been before, plus the area’s battalion-chief unit, Battalion 7, moved to Station 32, from Station 29 in North Admiral.

The new station has three floors plus a basement. Our tour began up top, in the kitchen/dining area, known in fire stations as “the beanery.”

This one opens onto a north-facing deck, which has a barbecue and a cornhole-game setup:

From the east end of the deck, there’s a peek view of the downtown skyline. The third floor also holds the living quarters, including individual bunk rooms:

And from the third floor, as at least one reader told us he’d noticed through the windows, there are poles for sliding down to the apparatus bay at the ground floor.

Stairs and an elevator are also available. If you use the pole, we were told somberly, you have to know the proper technique – hook your forearm around it, don’t grip it with your hands, for example. At any rate, they’re part of tradition and history. The latter also was acknowledged with old photos we saw propped up on desks and counters, waiting to be put up – this one shows crews at the original Station 32, going on a century ago, in The Junction:

And the new station’s predecessor, circa 1966 –

Some of what’s changed over the decades – technology. At two spots in the station, they have controls for the nearby signal, to stop traffic if they’re heading out:

And then there’s a low-tech tradition, the “day journal” log book in the watch office on the 2nd floor. This is still kept by hand:

We’re told the department has some of these that date back into the 1800s. The watch office overlooks the apparatus bay, where Engine 32 and Ladder 11 were parked during our visit:

There’s also parking for firefighters’ own vehicles, six covered spaces on the southwest side of the station. And bicycle parking (storage) inside:

The ground floor and basement also have a lot of space dedicated to the gear and equipment necessary for the firefighters to do their work and stay prepared for it – including a fitness room:

On the second floor, there’s a training center, one of the new features that the larger new station made possible:

There’s space for relaxation, too:

And many rooms for storage of equipment:

There’s also room to work on equipment – say, the saws that help ventilate smoke from burning buildings need cleaning:

The public entrance to the station is on the 38th SW side, and yes, you can still show up and ask to have your blood pressure measured.

This fall, SFD says, you’ll get a chance for a firsthand look inside Station 32, designed by architects Bohlin Cywinski Jackson and built by Howard S. Wright Construction; a public open house is expected to be scheduled in September or October, once the move-in is fully complete.

SIDE NOTE: As for temporary Station 32’s site on 40th SW in The Junction, it’s always been landbanked for future development as a park – remember that the city’s hoping to hear from you via a survey and at a mini “open house” at the September 10th West Seattle Farmers’ Market.

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