Live/work/study in Admiral? Here’s what’s on the agenda for your community council Tuesday

If you’re not going out of town for spring break – take some time Tuesday and see what the Admiral Neighborhood Association is up to. New president Larry Wymer sends word of what’s on the agenda:

7:00 pm Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Roger Valdez – Director of ‘Smart Growth Seattle’ – will discuss 21st century approaches for new and unique (and sometimes controversial) choices to help create a wide range of housing choices to address the varied needs of Seattle’s growing population, something of significant interest to us in the northern section of West Seattle as we witness significant changes along our major corridors. Roger will provide a perspective largely from the development community which is sure to provide for a lively Q&A.

Larry Wymer will provide an overview of the newly released Sound Transit 3 plan which will extend light rail into West Seattle, and what you can do to help influence the final design to reflect Admiral/West Seattle needs.

We will finalize our discussion, and establish the Association’s position, on the potential of lowering default speed limits within Seattle for non-arterial neighborhood streets to 20 mph, and 25 mph on selected arterials.

And finally, we will seek membership input as we work to refine our on-line presence & communications/ notifications protocols to best suit your needs.

The ANA meets at The Sanctuary at Admiral, at 2656 42nd Ave SW. Our monthly meetings are held the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend.

If you missed it, here’s our coverage of the March ANA meeting.

3 Replies to "Live/work/study in Admiral? Here's what's on the agenda for your community council Tuesday"

  • Mark schletty April 8, 2016 (12:42 pm)

    Sure hope that the ANA is smart enought to tell Valdez to go take a flying jump at the moon.  Not my part of our neighborhood, but Valdez is all about total city capitulation to the most crazy greedy ideas that the developers can come up with, ideas which will destroy all of Seattle’s neighborhoods.  “Smart Growth Seattle” is really all about the exact opposite. Even high density urbanist supporters should fear his “property rights” ideas for the owner/developer and his total disregard for the rights of the nearby neighbors. 

  • Roxy April 8, 2016 (6:20 pm)

    Nicely said, Mark, he’d be happy in a concrete jungle.

  • Diane April 8, 2016 (6:26 pm)

    may I please triple “like” comment above by Mark Schletty; thank you

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