Monday nite notes

-The latest incarnation of the school-closure hearing roadshow is in West Seattle this week. As I write, the Roxhill hearing is under way; tomorrow night, I wouldn’t be surprised to see fireworks at the Pathfinder/Cooper hearing. You can track the developments more closely at the Save Seattle Public Schools blog (run by a Pathfinder mom).

-Speaking of closures, the viaduct will be out of commission 6 am-6 pm both days this weekend for its twice-yearly “is it REALLY still safe to drive on this thing?” checkup. And in The Junction, a closure related to the Cali Ave repaving is scheduled to continue for a few more days.

-Now, an opening: Sometime in the past few days, the GRAND OPENING banner went up at Kokoras Greek Grill in Morgan Junction, on the east side of Cali Ave, just north of Fauntleroy. We’ll run by in person as soon as we get a chance and report back on the menu offerings.

1 Reply to "Monday nite notes"

  • Jenny October 10, 2006 (11:10 am)

    Yes – there are bound to be fireworks – but hopefully they will not be between the parent groups. I hope we band together and stop the whole merger/whatever Mr. Manhas is calling it this week from happening!! Let Cooper stay in their building and add Pathfinder to the levy to get a new building or a remodel of the existing one. Lets work together and get a new superintendent!!

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