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    commented on Contact-About 2019-03-08 10:46:18 -0800
    My mother-in-law owned a small six-unit apartment one block from Discovery Park. Over many years when visiting my mother-in-law, my husband and I walked often in Discovery Park with her. In regard to Neal Starkman’s article in The Seattle Times, “Yes to affordable housing, but not in Discovery Park’s backyard,” I am in complete agreement with Mr. Starkman. No one is opposed to affordable housing; but it is totally inappropriate in the Fort Lawton Army Reserve area! This is a very special “crown jewel” in the midst of Seattle, which belongs to all the people in Seattle; also enjoyed by people living outside of Seattle in King County, etc.; and not least, the wildlife that live therein. Surely another site can be located for the proposed 238 apartments, town houses and row houses, in addition to 266 parking spaces, covering the 34 acres. Encroachment of this park should not be allowed under any circumstances. Thank you for your due consideration in this matter!
    commented on Contact-About 2019-03-08 09:54:44 -0800
    As a long term resident of Magnolia I do not support your position. Discovery Park is for everybody. You cant fool us about your motives. This is a classic

    “not in my backyard” story.
    commented on Contact-About 2019-03-07 12:44:47 -0800
    I am anxious about possibly seeing housing going up on what should be a marvelous park….once green is gone, it is forever….learn from Central

    Park in NYC
    commented on Contact-About 2019-03-06 11:52:27 -0800
    There are better locations in the city for low-income housing, but there are no other locations in which to grow the park. This is an important space for all Seattle residents to access the beautiful outdoors, building, traffic, and congestion free. Most of us do not have these beautiful views from our backyards, and we rely on this space for rest, recharge, and beauty. Do not build in this space, Seattle has many other neighborhoods that it can add density to, but not the most beautiful and protected space of Discovery Park.
    commented on Contact-About 2019-03-05 16:19:35 -0800
    The Seattle Times just published my piece on this (I cited you). It’s on-line now, and presumably in print on Thursday.
    commented on Contact-About 2018-03-01 09:31:29 -0800
    We would like to donate through are charitble trust to your program. To accomplish this i need to know if it is tax deductible and how to look it up.
    commented on Contact-About 2017-07-31 19:43:51 -0700
    add me to your email list
    commented on Contact-About 2017-07-31 18:31:04 -0700
    I like it the way it is. My own private dog park.
    commented on Contact-About 2017-07-10 16:38:49 -0700
    Hello there DP29!