West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Meeting #24


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On Thursday, October 14th, we held the 24th meeting of the West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force (CTF). You can view the full length meeting by clicking the link below:

West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force # 24 meeting

During the meeting, we observed a special minute’s silence for three parishioners who were recently killed in traffic collisions.

How we drive and how fast we drive matters to our friends, neighbors and loved ones. Together we reaffirm our support for safe roads and recognize our shared commitment to end serious injuries and deaths on our roads.

We also discussed the following at the meeting. Clicking on the text will take you to the time in the meeting video where the topic is discussed.

The next meeting will take place on Wednesday, November 10th at 12 noon (12 noon) and will be streamed here.

There are many ways we can continue to share information with you about this effort:

  • Check out our blog for regular updates on projects on and around the West Seattle High-Rise Bridge and Spokane St Swing Bridge.
  • Each blog is also shared with our West Seattle Bridge email list service. To sign up to receive these emails, please click on this link.
  • We look forward to feedback by email at [email protected] or by phone at 206-400-7511.
  • Our websites are regularly updated with new information:

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