Participation Critical at June 26 Waterfront Meeting
The planners managing the June 6 Open House for the Center City Connector don’t seem very interested in the Waterfront Streetcar. Please attend anyway, and make our voices heard.
But Tom Gibbs says that an upcoming meeting on June 26 will be critical:
The attached meeting notice is self-explanatory. It is critical that we have a large contingent at the meeting. The future of the Benson Trolleys in Seattle might be determined that night. I’ll have some suggestions on talking points after I meet with the City’s planning staff.
Please attend the meeting if at all possible. The meeting notice has a link for an RSVP.
Waterfront Seattle – Street + Transit Update June 26
Join us on Wednesday, June 26, for an interactive update on Alaskan Way design and options for waterfront transit.
Building on community input gathered during conceptual design, the design team will share street design and local waterfront transit updates for community feedback. The event is free and open to all – see you there!
Street + Transit Update
Wednesday, June 26
5:30 – 7:30 pm
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Place, Room 3A
Event is free and open to the public.
Click here to RSVP: https://el2.envirolytical.com/registration/form/9917
Questions or comments?
HOSTED BY: City of Seattle’s Departments of Transportation, Planning & Development, and Parks & Recreation
For special accommodations, including interpretation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 206.499.8040. Persons who are deaf or hard of hearing may make a request for alternative formats through the Washington Relay Service at 7-1-1.
1,500 Signatures on Petition to Save Our Streetcar
Thanks to you, our online petition has surpassed 1,500 signatures! Please continue encouraging your friends to sign!
By the way, the petition raises the goal automatically when we reach a milestone. So congratulations and thanks to everyone who has signed so far.
What Are the Next Steps to Save Our Streetcar? We Need Your Help!
Spencer Olson has volunteered to help Save Our Streetcar! He’s got some great ideas; we’ll be meeting shortly to plan the next steps, including how we should present the petition signatures. Contact us directly if you have ideas and/or would like to help.