Magnolia Conveyance Project Updates Update: Crews begin work on 32nd Avenue West The week of Jan. 22, construction activities at Smith Cove Park continue as King County’s contractor prepares to connect another pipe to the Magnolia Wet Weather Facility as part of the Magnolia Conveyance Project. Crews may work on Saturdays during approved construction hours.
Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Fort Lawton Army Reserve Center Redevelopment now available The Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the Fort Lawton Army Reserve Center Redevelopment is now available for public review on our website at https://www.seattle.gov/housing/ft-lawton. A hard copy is also available for viewing at the Seattle Office of Housing located at
The office of the Mayor & Seattle Public Schools released a statement outlining future plans to work together on a number of projects, including the Fort Lawton Redevelopment process. See full details below. City Government, School District to plan together on future schools, Memorial Stadium, and Fort Lawton SEATTLE (Nov. 20, 2017) – The City of
September 13, 2017 Dear stakeholder, Thank you for participating in the scoping process for the Fort Lawton EIS. The Office of Housing has now published a Scoping Report summarizing the range of comments received during the public comment period, and finalizing changes to the scope of the EIS. We are proceeding with the range of
A New Taxing Entity? The Seattle City Council has proposed a metropolitan park district (“MPD”). The Magnolia Community Council and the League of Women Voters of Seattle/King County invite you to a forum to learn more: Thursday, June 12, 2014Â 7-9pm Catharine Blaine School 2550 34th Ave W.
There was an informational meeting held by KingÂ County on June 13th,Â 2012 to discuss the CSO (combined sewer overflow) and it’s relationship to Smith Cove Park. The presentation that wasÂ made by King County at that meeting differed from their previous presentations to the community and the audience at the meeting reacted negatively.Â Of particular concern to