Tag: ballard chamber of commerce
Finally, movement on court-required Missing Link study + 98.6% voice support for trail
After somehow spending a year and a half to “finish analyzing the feedback from the EIS scoping process held in late 2013,” the city is holding an open house to present the plan to develop a study of options to finally complete the Ballard Missing Link of the Burke-Gilman Trail. The draft of that study…
Thursday open house will discuss Ballard’s NW 58th Street neighborhood greenway
The revised plans for a neighborhood greenway on NW 58th Street in Ballard will be on display at an open house Thursday, likely the final public meeting on the project before expected installation later this spring and summer. The meeting will be held in the Ballard High School Lunchroom from 6 – 7:30 p.m. (presentation…
City signs off on safe Burke-Gilman Missing Link design. Again.
The has determined that updated plans for the future Shilshole stretch of the Burke-Gilman Trail will still not have a significant negative impact on the environment. This brings the long-delayed trail link one step closer to completion. But don’t get too excited, there are plenty of opportunities for the anti-trail forces like the Ballard Chamber…
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