Hewitt Architects
The project proposed for the current site of PCC Natural Market at 2749 California Ave SW is slated for a design review meeting at the West Seattle Senior Center on March 2 at 6:30pm

Design Review meeting on four story 108 unit mixed use bldg set for Mar. 2

The next design review meeting is set for March 2, over the construction of a 4-story, 108-unit apartment building with 25,000 sq. ft. of retail at ground level on the current site of the PCC Natural Market. Parking for 158 vehicles to be provided at and below grade, which includes 30 existing parking spaces on adjacent surface parking lot. Environmental review includes demolition of existing retail structure. As the Herald reported in August the completed building would have residential outdoor garden terraces and enclosed amenity spaces within the three stories above ground level.
The existing 11,427 sq ft. of surface parking area west of the alley with parking stalls would remain as an accessory use for the proposed retail spaces.

The project was designed by Hewitt Architects and is being developed by the Madison Development Group.

The current tenant Puget Consumers Co-Op Natural Markets (PCC) said online, "PCC reached an agreement with the new landlord and will return as the retail tenant in the building once the project is complete, securing our long-term future in West Seattle, a community we have served for over 25 years.

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On the Go Week of 2-13-17

Daystar Toastmasters
Daystar Retirement Village

2615 S.W. Barton
Sat., Feb. 18, 10–11 a.m. Come as a guest to experience the safe, supportive atmosphere in which you can grow your communication and leadership skills. Improve your ability to think-on-your-feet and become more comfortable speaking to groups. Meetings are the first and third Sat. morning each month from 10–11 a.m. Arrive 5 to 10 minutes early for orientation. For more information visit daystarclub.toastmastersclubs.org. or call Bill at 206.932.6706.

King County Parks
Kendo Class

White Center Park
1321 SW 102nd

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King County among the first in the nation to achieve a global milestone in the fight against HIV/AIDS

information from King County

King County is among the first major metropolitan regions in the United States – and possibly the first – to reach a major milestone set by the World Health Organization in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

A broad partnership led by Public Health – Seattle & King County achieved what is known as the 90-90-90 goal: 90 percent of residents infected with HIV know their infection status, 90 percent are on HIV antiretroviral treatment, and 90 percent are virally suppressed.

King County reached the milestone three years ahead of schedule.

“King County continues to be a global leader in public health,” said King County Executive Dow Constantine. “The progress we’ve made toward ending AIDS in our community is the result of decades of hard work by our staff, strong community partnerships, and state and federal funding. We will continue to work together to end this epidemic in our region once and for all.”

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