TUESDAY: Safety, crime prevention, and emergency management @ West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network

Join your neighbors to talk about crime prevention, safety, and emergency management at Tuesday’s West Seattle Block Watch Captains’ Network meeting, last one before summer hiatus. The agenda includes an update from and Q&A with SPD leaders from the Southwest Precinct, which is where the meeting will happen, 6:30 pm Tuesday (June 25th), 2300 SW Webster. All welcome – Block Watch involvement not required.

7 Replies to "TUESDAY: Safety, crime prevention, and emergency management @ West Seattle Block Watch Captains' Network"

  • concerned citizen June 23, 2019 (5:41 pm)

    Will Lisa Herbold be there? Where is she in helping make w.seattle safer. what is she doing for us on this side of the water? 

    • WSB June 23, 2019 (5:56 pm)

      She’s not on the agenda. She was at last Wednesday’s Delridge District Council meeting and yesterday’s Morgan Junction Festival (both mentioned in advance here), which would have been great opportunities to ask her (and other candidates) your questions. There are also a couple forums coming up in July. – TR

      P.S. I also checked our calendar for any other opportunities you could ask her your question(s). Her next district office hours are Friday at the Senior Center:

      • concerned citizen June 23, 2019 (7:24 pm)

        Not trying to be cheeky but this was a rhetorical question. I would expect her to be more engaged. Also I was at the Morgan st festival at 10 am and left at 11:15 am and she was still no where to be found when I left. Having one of her lackies set up and manage a booth for the frist hour plus is not being engaged. 

        • WSB June 23, 2019 (7:46 pm)

          We checked on the candidates and noted that she arrived around 11:30, while the other two were there at the start (Phil Tavel had to be there as an organizer anyway, but Brendan Kolding had no such obligation).

          • Janet June 24, 2019 (9:21 am)

            Why are you defending Lisa Herbold so much? Aren’t you supposed to be unbiased? 

          • WSB June 24, 2019 (10:59 am)

            We routinely fact-check, answer questions, and offer additional information in comments, on a variety of topics. If you want to call that bias, yes, we’re biased toward accuracy and thorough provision of information.

        • Jon Wright June 24, 2019 (6:46 am)

          When the phone wasn’t ringing that must’ve been you not calling.

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