Mayor’s Town Hall in West Seattle tomorrow: Who’ll be there

(Vicious Puppies Crew 2010 clip from YouTube)
Even if you’re NOT interested in asking Mayor McGinn a question or hearing what he has to say, you might consider going to his Town Hall at Hiawatha Community Center tomorrow (Thursday) night. For one – there will be a short entertainment break around 6:30 pm, with two West Seattle-based youth groups performing for a few minutes each: the breakdancing Vicious Puppies Crew and the synchronized dancers of Defined Movement. Before that, from 5:30 till 6:30 pm, the community-information fair will include your chance to meet people from, and find out about, a wide variety of groups and issues. As mentioned here yesterday, the West Seattle Triangle planning team will be represented – the two draft proposals for that area’s future have just gone public, including major zoning changes, and they’re seeking public comment, as well as ready to answer questions. Today, Ed Pottharst from the Department of Neighborhoods shared a list of other participants in the information fair:

Admiral Neighborhood Association
Alki Community Council
Whale Trail Project
Seal Sitters
Alki Wildlife Habitat
Alki Community Center Advisory Council
Barton P-Patch
Concord International Elementary School
Delridge P-Patch
Genesee-Schmitz Neighborhood Council
Lincoln Park P-Patch
Morgan Community Association
Nature Consortium
Southwest Seattle Historical Society & Log House Museum
Sustainable West Seattle
West Seattle Be Prepared
West Seattle Block Watch Captains Network
West Seattle Chamber of Commerce
West Seattle Food Bank
West Seattle Helpline

(If you’ll be tabling there and aren’t listed, leave a comment!) Again – 5:30 pm info fair, 6:30 pm performers, 6:40 pm mayor/others Q/A. Hiawatha is at 2700 California SW, probably best to park at West Seattle High School’s California-facing lot if you’re driving, since Hiawatha’s own lot is fairly small.

5 Replies to "Mayor's Town Hall in West Seattle tomorrow: Who'll be there"

  • Tamsen Spengler June 22, 2011 (9:31 pm)

    The 34th District Democrats will have a table for folks to register to vote.

  • Kelly June 23, 2011 (6:33 am)

    Awesome video!

  • justsayin' June 23, 2011 (1:01 pm)

    I don’t appreciate the robo calls from the mayor’s office on my cell. I’ve had 2 in 2 weeks. I’m democrat but didn’t vote for him – and you can see why now. Hearing his voice makes me ill.

    • WSB June 23, 2011 (1:03 pm)

      We got one – it was also on a cell, though it’s our business number, which may not be identified as a mobile (though it’s never been a landline). Then there’s also the Seattle Public Schools phone list, which calls one of our OTHER mobile phones – they sent robocalls about a not-in-West-Seattle town hall the other day with the mayor and acting SPS superintendent. The robocalls from government start to add up! – TR

  • justsayin' June 23, 2011 (1:06 pm)

    Yep I got that one too – held at SOUTHSHORE middle school. I delete and don’t listen now. But I want them to stop. If anyone knows of a way to do that please post here. I get enough info on the blog and in the paper.

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