Slow Down Land Sale, Step Up the Community Voices
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Thirty days notice is not enough time for the public to weigh in on the future use of a half-block of publicly owned land in fast developing South Lake Union. We want a more robust public process for what will happen with the surplus property at 800 Aloha St. We ask the City to engage everyone living and working in the neighborhood and to stop the clock on a rush to dispose of this land to a private buyer. Allowing time for community voices to be heard will make sure that this land is used in a beneficial way and not lost in a land grab.
http://www.seattle.gov/light/Property/surplus.asp (How to get on city record).
Don't it always seem to go / That you don't know what you've got til its gone / They paved paradise / And put up a parking lot - Joni Mitchell
This half block gets a second chance. Don't let this land slip away.
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