Public comment period has been extended to November 14, 2018 Seattle Parks and Recreation has just released revised plans for a pilot project that will guide future policy regarding “new uses” in park greenspaces. This pilot will install a mountain … Continue reading Park Natural Areas Must be Preserved!
(Exciting news for Seattle. Cooper’s Hawks have settled in, building nests in parks and greenbelts throughout the city. The much disputed Cheasty Greenspace is now on record as having the most productive nest in the city, with 22 fledglings in … Continue reading Cooper’s Hawks Make Themselves at Home
Why post a bird list from the middle of Seattle, in the middle of the summer? It’s usually a relatively slow time for birders. What makes this especially notable is its location – and the controversy surrounding it. Cheasty Greenspace … Continue reading Fantastic Breeding Bird list for Cheasty–summer 2016
As the year draws to a close, we find ourselves reflecting back on the year. In doing so, we couldn’t help but to come up with our own ‘top ten list’. Not really a ‘top’ ten, but more of a … Continue reading The End of Another Year
Hang on to your hat. Grab a pencil, a calendar, your favorite “smart” device, whatever – here goes… First, the ALERTS On Sept 23, at 9:30 AM, the Energy sub-committee of the Seattle City Council will discuss the selling off … Continue reading Alerts and Updates
The conflict over putting a mountain bike park in Cheasty Greenspace has brewed for over a year and a half now. Seattle Parks just issued a Determination of Non Significance (DNS) – basically saying that there will be no adverse … Continue reading Is Parks being straight with the public?