LAST CALL! If you haven’t yet answered the questions West Seattle Junction merchants are asking…

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After a week and a half, the West Seattle Junction Association is about to close its community survey, with topics including but not limited to parking – so if you hadn’t gotten around to replying, hurry! Lots of people have already replied – 1,500 just in the first several days, according to WSJA executive director Lora Radford. Make sure your opinions count too – just go here; tomorrow’s the deadline.

4 Replies to "LAST CALL! If you haven't yet answered the questions West Seattle Junction merchants are asking..."

  • Bernard Cancino March 12, 2019 (7:37 am)

    Parking is already an issue….stop allowing residential buildings without parking….1.5 spaces per residential unit should be the norm !!!

  • Roland C March 12, 2019 (11:11 am)

    OR…! Ride the bus, turn up funding (to shorten the timeline) for rapid transit, improve C Line performance times, keep the parking requirements low to disincentive parking garages (keeping rent down), and make more loading zone space for employer-provided shuttles.

  • S March 12, 2019 (1:19 pm)

    Roland, it’s great for you and others that don’t have to worry about parking or driving. But there are many of us not able to take the bus for our jobs, so parking is important to us. 

  • Seriously? March 12, 2019 (3:56 pm)

    Done 😁

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