Highland Park Action Committee urges delay on Myers Way Parcel decisions in open letter

The Highland Park Action Committee (HPAC) has sent a letter of comment regarding the potential fate of the Myers Way Parcels.

June 22, 2016

RE: Myers Way Parcels PMA #4539-4542

Mayor Murray, Seattle City Council and Mr. Daniel Bretzke,

This letter serves as the official comment from Highland Park Action Committee (HPAC) regarding the vacant City of Seattle property located at 9401, 9501, 9600 and 9701 Myers Way, known as the Myers Way Parcel. The Highland Park Action Committee’s (HPAC) purpose is for preserving and improving the neighborhood in accordance with the wishes of the community. HPAC serves and represents approximately 7,000 residents.[1]

As you know, these 33 acres contain wetlands, wildlife habitat, and open space connected to the Hamm Creek watershed and the Duwamish River. In addition, there are several racial and socio-economically diverse neighborhoods surrounding and connected to this area, many of which are unincorporated areas of King County.

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On the Go Week of 6-27-16

Discovery Shop
4535 California Ave. S.W.
206.937.7169
Starting July 1, All items with blue tags are half price starting July 1 and, in anticipation of the July 4 holiday, choose a flag at the cash register to determine your discount on any one item of your choice on July 3. A reminder: we’re getting ready for Summer Fest July 8-10, which means our popular plant sale. You’ll want to plan ahead for this! Don’t forget to check the white board over the register for unadvertised specials and look over our Antiques, Vintage & Collectible shelves for one of a kind treasures. The all volunteer run, non-profit American Cancer Society shop is open every Sun. 11 a.m.–3 p.m. and all other days 10 a.m.–4:30 p.m. Follow our blog at discoveryshopwestseattle.org.

Music Under the Stars
Delridge Playfield (in front of the Community Center)
4501 Delridge Way S.W.

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Patrick Robinson
The diamond anniversary of Colman Pool will be celebrated July 4.

Seattle Parks will celebrate Colman Pool’s 75th anniversary on July 4

information from Seattle Parks

Colman Pool, West Seattle’s outdoor pool and Seattle’s only heated saltwater pool, celebrates its 75th birthday this year, and Seattle Parks and Recreation is holding a celebration on July 4.

The celebration at the pool, 8603 Fauntleroy Way SW in Lincoln Park, will begin on the deck at 11 a.m. and include light refreshments and special entertainment. The celebration on the deck is free; regular fees apply for all swims, however the slide will be free all day. See swim schedule below.

The event will also include the unveiling of the restored entry mural, which was commissioned in 1941 when the pool was opened. The mural was restored with help from the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture. A presentation by mural conservator Peter Malarkey will take place in the lobby at 10:15 a.m.

Swim schedule for July 4
Noon-1:30 p.m. -- Lap and family swims
1:45-4:45 p.m. -- Public swim (slide and diving board open)
5-7p.m. -- Lap and family swims

About Colman Pool

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