Update re: Seattle’s Natural Areas – requests for policy info and more

An update to our post Seattle’s Natural Areas – requests for policy info and more… We had asked city officials when the public would be allowed input on developing the new greenspaces policy. We also asked that the Cheasty PAT be either dismissed or postponed, until a greenspaces policy was in place: Revised permanent use policy for Seattle’s Natural Areas and Greenbelts (pdf)

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Lincoln Park forest

Acting Parks superintendent Williams wrote back that there was “no need” to postpone or dismiss the Cheasty PAT. He said we could write to somebody if we had if we had any questions about the “upcoming process” for greenspaces development. Great.

Today we heard that our letter had been forwarded to the Board of Park Commissioners.

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