SDOT’s 35th SW plan: Two more chances to hear about it; Mayor Murray expected at first meeting

(WSB photo: 35th SW, looking south from SW Holden)
FIRST REPORT, 10:46 AM: Last Friday, after we published the announcement of the July 15th meeting at which SDOT will unveil its plan for 35th SW, commenters pointed out at least three other notable West Seattle events scheduled for that night. If you were already going to one of those other events but also want to hear the 35th SW details, good news – one more meeting and another info opportunity have just been announced. So here’s the full list of SDOT’s three planned events:

Wednesday, July 15, 2015
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Neighborhood House – Room 207
6400 Sylvan Way SW

Thursday, July 16, 2015
6:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Southwest Branch Seattle Public Library
9010 35th Avenue SW

Tuesday, August 4
6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Night Out – High Point
Central Commons

SDOT presented “design alternatives” for 35th in March; during the lightly attended walking tour in May (WSB coverage here), project manager Jim Curtin said “Option A” was shaping up as the most promising one for most of the project zone.

ADDED 11:56 AM: We e-mailed SDOT to ask if the three events would have different focuses – short answer, no, but spokesperson Marybeth Turner did add this: Mayor Ed Murray is expected at the July 15th meeting.

2 Replies to "SDOT's 35th SW plan: Two more chances to hear about it; Mayor Murray expected at first meeting"

  • Sylvia Portillo July 8, 2015 (2:47 pm)

    Since many of us that live in West Seattle will be unable to attend any of the meetings, will the highlights be published somewhere where we can read them? It would be very much appreciated.

    • WSB July 8, 2015 (3:10 pm)

      Sylvia, obviously as a news publication we are not your “official” source – that would be the city (which generally at least publishes the slide deck rather promptly) – but we will certainly be reporting live on next Wednesday’s meeting, for starters, and recording it on video – Tracy

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