Leschi Community Council Meeting Tomorrow, June 4

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For those of you who may live closer to Leschi, join the Leschi Community Council at its monthly meeting tomorrow, June 4 at 7:00 p.m. at the Central Area Senior Center to discuss neighborhood issues. Here’s the agenda for tomorrow’s meeting:

  • Susan Chang, a geotechnical engineer for the Seattle Department of Transportation will discuss the Seattle Landslide Study and what is known about the Leschi hillside in relation to landslides.
  • Seattle Public Utilities will give an update on the sewage overflow project happening at the south marina in August.
  • Leschi Star Awards

In addition, there is a neighborhood work party at the Leschi Natural Area this Saturday, June 7 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meet at 36th and Terrace rain or shine. Gloves and lunch will be provided for all participants!

Tonight’s Leschi Community Council Meeting To Address Fate Of Metro Route 27

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The Leschi Community Council meeting tonight will give neighbors an opportunity to learn more about the possible elimination of Metro bus route 27, which serves Leschi, due to Metro’s budget shortfall. Join various “experts” at the meeting to learn what you can do to help save the route. Leschi has continuously been served by transit since 1888, the year before Washington’s state constitution was ratified.

The meeting will be held tonight, Wednesday, March 5, starting at 7:00 pm at the Central Area Senior Center, located at 500 30th Ave. S.

Leschi Community Council Meeting Tomorrow

Leschi’s September Community Council meeting will take place tomorrow evening, and discuss Solarize Seattle, Leschi Park, and recent vandalism in the neighborhood. You’re invited to join the community council discussion on Wednesday September 4th at The Central 500 30th Ave S at 7:00PM, and there will also be after hours events in the parking lot. The community council has invited members of the Parks Dept, and the East Precinct to join the meeting and a discussion will be targeted at considering what steps we can take to minimize drug activity, vandalism and graffiti in the Central District. Come on down and join the discussion!police