Weekend scenes: West Seattleites @ City Hall open house

Among those crossing The Bridge to get to Saturday’s open house at Seattle City Hall Holli Margell and Amanda Leonard from the North Delridge Neighborhood Council. Holli gave us permission to share her photos. Above, the aerial view of West Seattle’s own Caspar Babypants performing in City Hall’s huge open-space lobby; next, visitors gathered to hear Mayor McGinn speak – Holli says he told the crowd, “We need you to help us meet our vision for the city,” and urged everyone to be engaged:

And his office upstairs was open for tours, too – this is Amanda next to a whiteboard where visitors were encouraged to leave messages:

To the mayor’s theme of getting engaged – if you live in North Delridge, check out the NDNC meeting on Monday, February 14th, 6:30 pm at Delridge Library – here’s the agenda, from Holli:

The Feb. 14th NDNC meeting will provide free cookies! Our meeting will start promptly without the usual introductions to accommodate a presentation from the Fire Station 36 – looking at their Seismic and Expansion upgrades. This presentation is timely since our March meeting will focus on Emergency Preparedness.

The February meeting agenda will also include:
– A short discussion by Co-Secretary Kirsten looking at the Delridge Neighborhood District Council’s goals
– Discussion by neighbor Connie on “What Makes a Community”
– Reports from Chairs

NDNC is online at ndnc.org.
ADDED EARLY MONDAY: Holli has written more about their City Hall visit here.

1 Reply to "Weekend scenes: West Seattleites @ City Hall open house"

  • Karrie Kohlhaas February 13, 2011 (3:30 pm)

    Thanks to Holli and Amanda for representing our neighborhood at the City Hall event. You two are incredible contributors to Delridge! We are so lucky to have you both on the North Delridge Neighborhood Council!

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