West Seattle Tuesday: Blockwatch Captains; Murray CSO; more

(Photo of the morning: Fauntleroy Way south of Alaska, from smohundro via the WSB Flickr group)
From the WSB West Seattle Events calendar: They started with a Facebook group – but they meet face to face too, and if you lead a local Block Watch, or would like to, you’ll want to be at tonight’s meeting of the West Seattle Blockwatch Captains’ Network, Southwest Precinct (Delridge/Webster), 6:30 pm, with incoming precinct commander Capt. Steve Paulsen on the agenda … Also tonight, a key meeting in the months of work that a Citizens Advisory Group has put in to make sure the county took neighborhood needs into account regarding a way to reduce “combined sewer overflows” from Murray Pump Station at Lowman Beach – their final recommendation(s) are centerstage for the 5:30 pm meeting at The Hall at Fauntleroy … Need help figuring out how to winterize your home/yard? Savvy Seattle Women are presenting a free workshop tonight, 6:30 pm at the West Seattle (Admiral) library branch (2306 42nd Av SW) – more info at the SSW website … and tonight ChickChat is back in West Seattle to spotlight “Girls Giving Back” – meet some amazing Seattle females of all ages, particularly inspiring if you have a daughter to bring along – it’s at Youngstown Arts Center (4408 Delridge Way), ticket info here.

6 Replies to "West Seattle Tuesday: Blockwatch Captains; Murray CSO; more"

  • I. Ponder September 28, 2010 (9:03 am)

    Nice photo! I like seeing views of the neighborhood that a photographer found interesting.

  • MB September 28, 2010 (9:08 am)

    I second that…what a fantastic photo.

  • mannamc September 28, 2010 (9:15 am)

    Also on this West Seattle Tuesday… The Microsoft Company Meeting is happening today at Safeco, 11:00 to approx 3:30, so there might be some traffic snarls in SODO around those times.

  • sarelly September 28, 2010 (9:46 am)

    Storm water runoff can be reduced with a rainwater catchment system – store in tank, use for irrigation. In Seattle the storm water goes into the sewer system, so if it is diverted reduces the burden on sewage treatment facilities.

  • Mary T September 28, 2010 (11:24 am)

    Funny…I thought maybe the article was about fixing the crappy-looking curbs around where I live. I sure wish someone would buy or lease all the vacant buildings/lots near Capitol Loans. (I’m cranky today.)

  • Alki Area September 28, 2010 (12:46 pm)

    Hey I know! Whole Foods is still interested in West Seattle. They can’t build in the “hole” (that projects over). Why not take over the OTHER side of the street (Capital Loans down through old car dealership lots) and build a SURFACE store (like the new one on 15th @ Interbay. Not some big crazy dig and 5 story deep pit, but just a simple surface store. Plenty of space for store/parking on that side.

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