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District 7 City Council Candidates Face Off With Resident
October 1 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm$7
September 23, 2019
NEWS FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information contact:
Bob Nale, Board Member Organizer
Meet the Candidates for Seattle City Council District #7
Both finalists in the upcoming November General Election running for Seattle City Council District #7 will speak to area residents on Tuesday October 1, 2019 at 415 Westlake Ave N., Seattle 98109 from 5-6:30PM. This event is FREE and public is invited to attend.
Seattle District 7 includes; Belltown, Briarcliff, Cascade, China Town/ID, Denny Regrade, Pioneer Square, Queen Anne, South Lake Union, Uptown, West Edge, and Westlake neighborhoods – making it one of the fastest growing areas of downtown Seattle with 84,463 residents and 54,745 housing units according to the Census Bureau. SLU is home to Amazon, Google, Facebook and numerous high-tech and health science industries.
Questions for candidates from several community councils in District 7 will be solicited. The forum will be co-moderated by Mark Baumgarten, Political Editor at KCTS9/Crosscut and host of the Crosscut Talks pod-cast and Venice Buhain, editor of Seattle Globalist. The format follows a traditional moderated question/answer session with timed responses. Following the 6:30PM conclusion candidates will meet with area residents informally.
South Lake Union Community Council is a non-profit volunteer community leadership organization recognized by the City of Seattle. SLU Community Council is the steward of the SLU neighborhood plan and collaboratively with community stakeholders authored the SLU Urban Design Framework and the SLU/Uptown Mobility Plan. To get involved in your South Lake Union neighborhood, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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