Happening tonight: Councilmember Sally Clark in West Seattle

Want to hear from/meet the city councilmember whose committee has a stack of development/neighborhood issues on its plate — issues that could affect the livability of our neighborhoods for decades to come? Councilmember Sally Clark speaks at the Delridge District Council‘s monthly meeting tonight, 7 pm, Southwest Precinct community room, all welcome, agenda here. (WSB coverage of her recent townhouse-design forum is here; we also covered her recent Junction walking tour.)

3 Replies to "Happening tonight: Councilmember Sally Clark in West Seattle"

  • PG June 18, 2008 (1:17 pm)

    I wish I could make it. Does anyone know if the meeting will include the issue regarding the lack of any fresh whole foods in the Delridge area (e.g. the need for a real food market or farmer’s market)? I know it has gotten some media attention and local support, but don’t know if it is on the City’s radar. Thanks

  • WSB June 18, 2008 (1:25 pm)

    Derek Birnie from DNDA usually attends these meetings and he is of course deeply involved with the Food Initiative so if anyone would bring it up, would probably be him. You might consider dropping him a note with your concerns:
    contact info here –

  • Pete June 18, 2008 (3:00 pm)

    That is not one of the issues that we had planned on discussing with Sally tonight.

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