Council Chat at Community Resource Center - Westfield Southcenter
March 14, 2015 from 10am to 12pm
Please join Councilmember Hougardy for the March Council Chat at the Police Community Resource Center at Westfield Southcenter. The center is in the foyer of the southern entrance (the garage side) to the mall.See More
"The striking change of RGM's point of view is striking, and I pointed out the inconsistencies to the Council at the first meeting this month. For instance, the estimate for temporary quarters in 2008 was over $1,000,000, yet they now recommend…"
"At the time City Hall was built, there was vacant land all along the south face of Old Tukwila Hill overlooking Southcenter. One lone Councilperson wanted the City to buy it all, from the park on 65th Ave. So. to Macadam Road. Had the rest of the…"
"Yes. Rumor for some time has been one who is not on the Council will also file.
Has there been a news release regarding Allan? I saw De'Sean's, but has anything been made official for any other individual seeking the seat?
Time to get the…"
"Ordinance 2268, Section 2, "Assumption of Indebtedness", (27 March 1989) is interesting reading for those with an interest in Tukwila history.... Also, one might find interest in the minutes of the 18 November 1974 Council meeting in which…"
"Was Rick Still around at the time? Best to look back into the record to verify. Relevance? It is part of Tukwila history and brought about consequences unrealized by most, such as the suspension of the incomplete five-phase street improvement plan…"
The Tukwila School District this November will have elections for three school board seats in Director Districts 2 (currently held by Steve Mullet), 4 (currently held by Mark Wahlstrom), and 5 (currently held by Dave Larson). If you are interested in running—and serving in the very important role of leader of the community's public schools—please consider attending an information session hosted by the Washington State School Directors' Association:Thursday, March 26, in the evening at the…See More
"For those who were unaware, Allentown came into the City for the advantages the City had to offer the residents on one condition: They would not have to pay towards to the bond Old Tukwila residents signed on for in order to purchase the Golf…"
"Much too big of a structure for the City and improper siting. If the City could have part of vacant land for the shops...but, that would eliminate adequate parking for the large office building. I already researched it, Chuck."
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