Saturday, May 10, 2008

MLK Building

This article appeared in the Seattle Times about what to do with the MLK building because the school wants to use it for a non-school use. This is pretty much what many at suspected about it. Apparently city process says if the district is going to use a school building for something else then there have to be public meetings before a committee. Interested?

"The city is seeking eight representatives: two who live within 600 feet of the school; one who owns property within 600 feet of the site; two from the general neighborhood; one at-large representative; one from a community organization; and one from the school district.

To apply, write a letter to Thao Tran at the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods stating your interest and affiliation. Include your contact information; letters must be received by Friday. Applicants can fax it to 206-233-5142 or mail it to P.O. Box 94649, Seattle, WA 98124-4649.

For more information, contact Tran at thao.tran@seattle.gov or call 206-684-0209."

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