Happening today/tonight: Denny site design; Transit Prop 1 talk

Two quick previews: The Design Team (with school and community reps) helping shape the future of the Denny Middle School site (once the new Denny is built on the Chief Sealth HS campus nearby) meets at 3 pm today, Denny library (map). All welcome; here’s our report on the last meeting. Then tonight at 7, Sustainable West Seattle meets at the Camp Long Lodge – with the agenda including a look at both sides of Sound Transit Proposition 1. ADDED MONDAY AFTERNOON: We are also reminded that the Departure Advisory Committee for the Denny/Sealth project, which is reviewing the district’s request for less parking and more building height than zoning would allow, meets at the Denny library at 7 tonight.

2 Replies to "Happening today/tonight: Denny site design; Transit Prop 1 talk"

  • ZS October 20, 2008 (7:49 am)

    When will Sound Transit and our local leaders get it: buses suck! Build fixed mass transit that is not impacted by traffic. Oh yeah, and include West Seattle since we have hundreds of new residential units being built and cannot move the current population in and out efficiently.

  • Mickymse October 20, 2008 (4:33 pm)

    Ummmmm… the new Proposition 1 on your ballot DOES build fixed mass transit. And West Seattle had its chance to have fixed mass transit… and folks voted down the monorail — even while supporters warned you that the new residential units were coming, and we’d be waiting 25+ years before we’d have the chance again.

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