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Pinehurst School Traffic Safety Meetings!

There has been a lot of talk about the new school being constructed on the site of the current Pinehurst school. People have had a lot of ideas for improvements that need to be made in the area and this is a good opportunity to share you ideas on how to make our neighborhood a safer place. The two meetings should be identical. There are two of them at different times to give more people a chance to participate. Please share this meeting far and wide.

Daytime Meeting Evening Meeting
3 to 4:30 PM
Presentation starts at 3:15 PM
6:30 to 8 PM
Presentation starts at 6:45 PM
Tuesday, May 13th, 2014 Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
Pinehurst Playfield Shelterhouse
12029 14th Ave NE
Pinehurst Playfield Shelterhouse
12029 14th Ave NE

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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) is launching a collaborative process to review traffic safety along the walking and biking routes to Pinehurst School. As safety is our number one priority, and children walking and biking to school are especially vulnerable, we are committed to improving school traffic safety by reducing speeding and collisions and providing safer places for families to walk and bike to school.

SDOT will bring the community together to consider changes to the streets around Pinehurst School in an effort to bring down speeds and make our streets safer for everyone. Together we will determine the specific nature and design elements through the process described below. New safety measures to be considered through this project may include, but not be limited to, the following: signs, traffic calming, road striping, traffic signals, sidewalks, and crosswalks.

Come to the community meeting on May 13 or 14, 2014 to meet the share your ideas about making it safer to travel in your neighborhood.

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3 comments to Pinehurst School Traffic Safety Meetings!

  • I missed the meeting but I would love a cross walk between roosevelt and 15th crossing 125th…when heading to the school it feels crazy to walk to one of those corners.

  • Erich Swanson

    Hi all!

    Hey, any news on the construction progress (really demolition at this point) of the new Hazel Wolf K8 at the old AS1 site? Are they on schedule? Things seem to be moving very, very slowly (I love right across the street) and I was wondering what the plan was and how close they are to sticking to it!

    Thanks,
    .erich (1218 NE 117th)

  • Formal construction is scheduled to start again in January.
    http://bex.seattleschools.org/bex-iv/pinehurst-building/

    There’s also an update on the status page about the permits and such. They had started abatement, demolition, site work, but then it had to be put on hold.

    November 2014
    Document submittal and review continues. The Master Use Permit appeal has been received and an appeal hearing scheduled for Dec. 8. Phase I construction (abatement, demolition and site work) is on hold until the Master Use Permit is released.

    October 2014
    The Master Use Permits (MUP) for Phase I and II are complete and have been appealed. Phase I construction (abatement, demolition, site work) awaits the MUP hearing. Construction documents phase has been completed to 95% 
and the constructability review of those documents is complete. The project inadvertent discovery plan is complete.

    September 2014
    Constructability drawings were submitted for review. The Master Use Permit review for phase 1 was completed and the Master Use Permit for phase 2 is under review by the Department of Planning and Development. Abatement, demolition and site work (phase 1 construction) continues.

    The Construction Documents phase was completed to 95% and the Master Use Permit appeal process began with the last day to comment being Oct. 2. Documents were submitted to the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction.

    http://bex.seattleschools.org/bex-iv/pinehurst-building/construction-updates/

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