- General Meeting this Thursday, 4/10!
- October General Meeting is Tonight!
- Busy week for meetings–and Genesee Hill School updates!
- Deadline is this Wednesday, Sept. 18, for Genesee Hill School Departure Advisory Committee
- Hearing set for Oct. 2 on disposal of substation properties; written comments due Oct. 18
Category Archives: Information
There’s a public meeting for everyone this week! Check it out: Monday, 9/23, Community Conversation on the Future of Seattle Public Library services, 5:30-6:45 p.m. with City Librarian Marcellus Turner at the West Seattle Public Library. More details from the … Continue reading
The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is seeking volunteers who live or own property near the Genesee Hill School site to serve on a Departure Advisory Committee for the new school. The Seattle School District is requesting a waiver (departure) from … Continue reading
GSNC board members who attended Seattle City Light’s August 27 informational meeting regarding the utility’s proposal to sell the 50th & Dakota substation and others substations in West Seattle reported that the meeting was well attended, and community interest in … Continue reading
Are you interested in transportation issues affecting West Seattle? Is your commute taking longer than it used to? A move is afoot to form a West Seattle Transit Coalition (WSTC) to fight further cuts to Metro transit service and to … Continue reading
GSNC recently received this letter raising awareness of concerns surrounding Seattle City Light’s transition to Smart Electric Meters. We wanted everyone to be aware of this information and would like to hear your thoughts on this issue.
At the School Design Advisory Team meeting on Monday, August 5, BLRB Architects presented significantly revised plans for the new elementary school to be built at the Genesee Hill location. These changes were made largely as a result of the … Continue reading
Dick Miller, past president of the GSNC, e-mailed us this morning, saying “We just learned that the developer has responded to the Court decision (which nullified the developer’s proposed Lot Boundary Adjustment allowing two additional homes to be constructed on … Continue reading