TUESDAY: Hear from soon-to-take-office City Councilmember, Port Commissioner

You’re invited to hear on Tuesday (December 14th) from two of the people who will soon take office after winning November elections. The West Seattle Chamber of Commerce is hosting an online “meet and greet” with City Councilmember-elect Sara Nelson (left) and Port Commissioner-elect Hamdi Mohamed (right), noon-1 pm Tuesday, and it’s open to all, free. Nelson was elected to citywide Position 9, succeeding Lorena González, who opted to run for mayor instead; Mohamed was elected to Position 3, unseating incumbent Stephanie Bowman. They are both just a few weeks from taking office. If you’re interested in watching/participating in Tuesday’s event, the registration link is on the Chamber’s website.

4 Replies to "TUESDAY: Hear from soon-to-take-office City Councilmember, Port Commissioner"

  • HarborIslandworker December 12, 2021 (4:19 pm)

    Wow… this one is actually free. Looking forward to hearing what they have to say 

  • James December 13, 2021 (11:03 am)

    Can we ask Sara Nelson why her brewery has hostile anti-homeless architecture by way of concrete blocks so that RVs can’t part near their brewery? I’d love to know why she thought this was a good idea (and not the terrible one that it is)

    • neighbor December 13, 2021 (11:26 am)

      Spend some time near the encampment by the health club and you’ll have your answer. I can’t imagine trying to operate a customer-centric business with that as your curb appeal.

    • Jort December 13, 2021 (12:20 pm)

      Not just terrible, also illegal.

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