Tag: Alki

This Week in the Budget; Alki Public Safety and Health Survey Results; Final Design Review Update; Feedback on ADUs

October 6th, 2017

This week in the budget The City Council’s Budget Committee held the first of two public hearings on the 2018 budget last night. The second hearing will be on November 1. Next week the City Council’s Budget Committee will begin the Issue Identification portion of its review of the Mayor’s proposed 2018 budget, with meetings […]

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This Week in the Budget; Alki Public Safety Survey Update; Sound Transit Letters; Neighborhood and Community Arts Grant

September 29th, 2017

This Week in the Budget City Council’s Consideration of the 2018 City Budget On Monday, Mayor Burgess presented his proposed 2018 City of Seattle Budget and 2018-2023 Capital Improvement Program.   With Burgess becoming Mayor last week, his position as Chair of the City Council Budget Committee became vacant; the Council voted to appoint me as […]

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Thanking Emergency Responders; Public Safety Meeting; Safety and Health Survey; Tragic Homicide; Street Vacation; Office Hours

September 8th, 2017

Thanking Seattle’s Emergency Responders Seattle’s first responders have been active in responding to the Hurricane Harvey response efforts in Texas, and the wildfires in Washington State, and in preparing for the arrival of Hurricane Irma in Georgia and Florida. Firefighters Chris Lombard, Jon Olson, Chuck Boehmer, Darrin Quaschnik, and Greg Sobole deployed as part of […]

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Alki Public Safety & Health Survey; South Park Town Hall; SPU Water System Demand; Survey: New Park in the Junction; Lisa in the News

August 23rd, 2017

Alki Public Safety and Health Survey As a beachside neighborhood and regional destination, the Alki neighborhood and nearby areas face unique public safety and health challenges, from Beach Drive to the West Seattle Bridge. Residents, community groups, and visitors from elsewhere have expressed concern about the public health and safety impacts of a growing number […]

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MHA DEIS Issues for District 1; Landslide Mitigation Funding; Fair Chance Housing Legislation; Code Interpretations No Longer Required; Southwest Precinct Community Picnic; Alki Seawall; Results: 2017 Your Voice, Your Choice Parks and Streets

August 11th, 2017

MHA DEIS Issues for District 1 Last week I encouraged you to get your comments on the Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) Citywide Rezone Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) into the Office of Planning and Community Development before the Monday 8/8 deadline.  I hope that you did.  I also let you know that I was working […]

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Regarding the Shooting on Alki; SOCR Commission Work Plan and Expansion; Police Accountability; Fair Chance Housing Taskforce; In-District Office Hours

May 26th, 2017

Regarding the Shooting on Alki Councilmember Gonzalez held her Gender Equity, Safe Communities, and New American’s committee this morning.  On the agenda was a presentation about the Seattle Police Department’s response to gun violence.  Although I am not a member of the committee, understanding how deeply our community was impacted by this tragic event, I […]

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Illegal Dumping, CRUEDA Update, and Alki Community Council

February 24th, 2016

Seattle Public Utility’s (SPU) Brand New Approach to Address Illegal dumping Since 2014, the number of illegal dumping service requests to SPU has jumped from about 5,000 to an astonishing 11,500 in 2015. As a result, unfortunately, the average response time went from 21 days to 28 days.  To address this SPU decided they needed […]

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