Minutes Morgan Community Association
October 15, 2008 – The Kenney
Steve Sindiong, Presiding (5 Board members, 6 guests, 1 MoCA from neighborhood)
Construction bids are opened Oct. 29 - construction will begin in December. Construction schedule will be completed in late March of early April.
MoCA has applied to SDOT for sidewalk improvements to supplement CRF funds – may be funded next year. We submitted the CRF application for 98 ft. of sidewalk along
Public art proposal includes landscaping and a series of random-spaced frames stamped and stained in salon-style assemblage, imbedded in sidewalk at least four feet from the curb. (created by SuttonBeresCuller). For more information on the public art project, contact Jason Huff, City of
Unfinished conversations will deal with placement of crosswalks, wayfinding details, kiosk design and placement.
Moved, passed to accept the gift of proposed public art at the Morgan Jct. Park. The City Council has also proposed to repave Fauntleroy between
been discarded. Design process for this project call for a group of local residents to review and consult on plans – volunteers are needed – contact Martha. This generator and odor control unit will be redesigned and sited in 2009, with construction in 2010. Estimates call for 18 to 20 months of construction. Watch for continuing information on MoCA and
Development at 35th and Graham:
Up to 14,000 square feet of retail space and 220 residential units will be constructed South of current branch library and clinic. The facility will be designed with a step-configuration, 3 to 4 stories above parking garages. Plans are still concerned with pedestrian access between clinic/library and retail spaces, as well as impacted traffic flow along 35th. For further information, contact Chip Marshall.
West Seattle Trails:
Kick-off event Saturday, Oct. 18 (10:00 am to noon) at
Re. CRF projects: applications have been made for the Morgan Park sidewalk, and pedestrian safety access walkway into
Re. WS Entrance Cleanup: Very successful with good community participation. Plans are being made to recruit volunteers for monthly cleanup projects in
Re. Neighborhood Planning: Watch for announcement of public discussions of Incentive Zoning Oct. 21.
Re. Kenney Redevelopment: Design review now scheduled for Oct. 23
Re. MoCA Neighborhood entry signage: Plans are still under way to locate 5 signs at arterial entry points of Morgan Junction, at approximate cost of $300 each. Donors/sponsors are being sought for this project.
Next Meeting: January 21, 2009 (7:00 pm, The Kenney)
Eldon Olson, Secretary
Art project in Morgan Business Area. As you read above in the MoCA minutes, the City has approached us to use an art project concept in front of the new park. Here is what that looks like (although this concept was drawn for another location in the city, and would be modified for our location)