The Magnolia Community Council submitted a letter to the Seattle Department of Transportation and elected officials on behalf of the neighborhood encouraging cooperation to continue strategizing a regional solution for a 1:1 replacement of the Magnolia Bridge, as the City considers budget decisions. A copy of the letter sent by the Magnolia Community Council is
This update is an effort to crystalize ongoing behind the scenes multi-agency efforts to support a 1:1 Magnolia Bridge replacement, and identify immediate action you need to take to continue the progress. Progress, next steps, and immediate action needed from YOU Dear Neighbors, Our community’s unified message about a 1:1 Magnolia Bridge replacement has been heard; it has
Project update: West Seattle/Ballard Sound Transit sent this bulletin at 01/19/2018 09:47 AM PST Having trouble viewing this email? View it as a Web page. Project update: January 19, 2018 Apply to be a community representative by Jan. 22! Be the voice of your community. We’re recruiting approximately 5–7 individuals to be part of a Stakeholder Advisory Group and to
Magnolia Community Council is establishing a Transportation Committee which will monitor and advocate about transportation issues that affect Magnolia.Â This would include items such as roads, bridges, traffic, transit, freight mobility, pedestrian safety.Â We are looking for community members who are interested in serving on this committeeÂ Please emailÂ email@example.com for more information.Â Thanks –
The Department of Planning and Development is conducting a survey regarding turning the Village into a Pedestrian Zone. To find out more information, click here. See information about Magnolia here.
Metro Transit Cuts or New Taxes? Come hear a presentation by: Larry Phillips, Chair, King County Council and Martin Minkoff, Metor Transit Service Planning Supervisor This meeting is being co-sponored by the Queen Anne Community Council. Join us!
Join us for our next neighborhood General Meeting. All are welcome to attend and door prizes will be awarded! Rezoning of property along 15th Ave. W.?? The City of Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development is considering changes to the Seattle Comprehensive Plan and the Land Use Code. Come hear a presentation by: Patrice Carroll,
Coal Trains: Yes or No? Proponents and Opponents will provide answers: Environmental impacts Routing of coal trains from the Columbia river to Bellingham Traffic impacts at rain crossings Impacts on Magnolia, Queen Anne and Interbay Come to our General meeting to find out more! Thursday January 10, 2013 7:00 to 9:00 pm Catharine Blaine School
This week, the FAA is holding two meetings to present its current thinking for new fuel efficient noise reducing approaches to SeaTac airport and Boeing Field. The first meeting will be held this Wednesday, September 5th from 6:00 to 7:30 at the Federal Way Library. There will also be a meeting closer to Magnolia which
The replacement of the Viaduct is underway. There are still concerns about how our neighborhood will be able to access the new tunnel, especially at the north end at Mercer Street. Follow the progress on SDOT’s website. SR99 Alaskway Viaduct Replacement