WEDNESDAY: Here’s what you’ll learn with District 1 Community Network

Public safety, community service, and transportation topics are on the agenda for the District 1 Community Network‘s next meeting, 7 pm online Wednesday (September 1st). D1CN’s mission is “to unite and strengthen the District 1 [West Seattle/South Park] community for the benefit of all.” You’ll learn about the LEAD (Law Enforcement Assisted Diversion/Let Everyone Advance with Dignity) role in public safety, about the community services provided by the West Seattle/White Center Salvation Army, about the Fauntleroy Community Associationn=’s advocacy in Washington State Ferries‘ plan to replace its West Seattle terminal, and about the Heron’s Nest project. All are welcome; information on attending via videoconference or phone is in our calendar listing.

2 Replies to "WEDNESDAY: Here's what you'll learn with District 1 Community Network"

  • Anne August 30, 2021 (10:23 pm)

    Uh ok?

  • DH August 31, 2021 (7:36 am)

    I would be interested in hearing about what these programs are accomplishing medium or long term. It seems like LEAD keeps changing their program model which means no clear outcomes for what they are asking tax payers to fund. The most recent report they put out was a bunch of feel good stuff basically asking for more funding. I’m all for social services but I’m not for paying for things like DARE which took ages to determine it didn’t actually work because it sounded like a good program. 

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