SW 98th corridor open for walking again

Thanks to Gill for the followup on the SW 98th Pedestrian Corridor, shut down two months ago after vandalism led to safety concerns. He says it’s now open again, with 7 lights in operation, and that came a day after he spotted county crews at work fixing lights and railings:

Last week, some pressure was applied at the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council meeting – King County Housing Authority director Stephen Norman was asked to do something about graffiti along the corridor. At last report, that hasn’t happened yet.

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2 Responses to “SW 98th corridor open for walking again”

  1. Thank you NHUAC for applying pressure and getting this corridor open again. It’s nice to know you are involved in the community and getting results. Keep up the good work.

  2. Thanks NHUAC!

    For some reason the lights have gone out again. Any ideas on who to call?