The city has not yet released its preferred alternative for the Burke-Gilman Trail Missing Link, but the choice is obvious. Like, really, really, really obvious.
However, just in case the city somehow hasn’t already received that message loud and clear, neighbors and business managers and owners are hosting a happy hour Friday evening with Councilmember Mike O’Brien as their special guest.
The happy hour is a chance to hear the latest news about the project, get involved in advocacy for the trail or just get a drink with good trail-loving company. Oh, and did I mention the “complementary” booze?
Please join us for Happy Hour to express your opinion about completing the Missing Link of the Burke Gilman Trail in Ballard. Your presence and support for completing the Missing Link on the safest, simplest, most connected route option, the South Shilshole alternative, will send a strong message to the Mayor and SDOT as the final EIS is prepared!
City Councilman, Mike O’Brien, will join us to discuss the current status of the project at 6 p.m.
Complimentary food, beer, wine, and other beverages will be provided. Please RSVP Online at www.ballardmissinglink.wee
bly.com so we know how much food and drink to order. Space will fill up quickly, so please RSVP soon
to reserve your seat. Plenty of free convenient parking for vehicles and bicycles. Bring a friend, and share with interested parties!