August 2018

Admiral Neighborhood Association Adopt-A-Street Clean Up


WHEN: Saturday, September 8, 2018, 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
(NOTE: Postponed one week from original 9/1/2018 date)

Want to spend a few hours helping (and meeting) your Admiral neighbors clean the streets in the Admiral core around California Ave & Admiral Way? If so, then we look forward to seeing you at Metropolitan Market (2320 42nd Ave) the morning of Saturday, September 8 between 8:45-9:00 for our quarterly ADOPT-A-STREET clean up. Metropolitan Market is generous enough to provide coffee, pastries --- and even a brown bag lunch.


West Seattle area volunteer raises money for efforts in international disaster relief

Saturday 1 September from 1100 AM until 2 PM West Seattle Thriftway will be conducting a barbecue fund raiser for ShelterBox USA. West Seattle Thriftway is located in the Morgan Street Junction at the corner of California Ave SW and Fauntleroy Way SW. and Morgan Street SW.


42 unit mixed use Apt. and retail proposed for 35th and Holden; 16 parking spaces

Early Design Review meeting set for Sept. 20

A 42 unit mixed used Apartment and retail space building is the subject of an Early Design Review meeting set for Sept. 20 at the West Seattle Senior Center at 6:30pm.It would have 5500 feet of commercial space and 16 parking spaces.

Currently the building is occupied by a car repair shop. That building would be demolished.

The owner of the project is Ed Linardic. The full plan set is available here.


Seattle teachers warn strike is imminent if agreement not reached

The Seattle Education Association, representing teachers in the Seattle Public Schools, said via its Facebook page that a strike will proceed if an agreement with the district is not reached by the beginning of the school year.

Their page states:

"Our SEA Rep Assembly unanimously recommends to our SEA General Membership to authorize a strike, if a tentative agreement is not reached by start of school on Sept 5. The membership will convene and vote on this recommendation tomorrow at Benaroya Hall. Meeting begins at 5pm."


Highline reaches tentative agreement with teachers

Highline Public Schools and the Highline Education Association have reached a tentative agreement on a contract. 

“This contract reflects the high value we place on educators and their service to our students,” said Superintendent Susan Enfield. “Under this agreement, we continue our commitment to increasing educator pay in order to offer a competitive wage and to attract and retain the best teaching staff.”