First Community Meeting about Fort Lawton Re-development reveals how much work we have
Jun 20, 2017 — Tonight's community meeting did not allow adequate interface between the public and the city officials and this demonstrates the work cut out for us. Our voice is important and we are working on getting the public comment period extended to 45 days (currently ends on June 26 5:00 pm). Our goal is still to get a school proposal onto the Environmental Impact Statement. The Magnolia-Queen Anne school boundaries meeting was also tonight and the evidence of exploding student population demonstrates the need for additional infrastructure in Seattle Public Schools. This will be essential for our city to reach its paramount duty of delivering quality education to our children.
Thank you for your advocacy and your voice.
We now have a (developing) website! http://ftlschool.org/
... And, we have some action items for you:
--Share and ask 3 others to sign our petition!
--Donate to funding legal council and consultant help
--Attend Wednesday's Fort Lawton Re-development meeting 6:30 pm Magnolia Community Center
-- bring signs, insist on public comment!
--Email the office of housing, city council members, and school board members
City/ Office of Housing
Attend these meetings:
The Magnolia Community Council will also be talking about Fort Lawton Redevelopment on June 20th at 7:00 pm at the Magnolia United Church of Christ, 3555 West McGraw Street, Seattle, WA 98199. It is a public meeting.
Parks Board Meeting
When: June, 22 2017 at 6:30 PM
Where: Parks Headquarters - 100 Dexter Ave N. Seattle, WA 98109
For reference about the scope of the redevelopment plan and ideas, please follow these links: