Celebration today after 87 more apartments open at Seola Gardens
8:31 AM: A celebration is planned at 11 am today at Seola Gardens, now that it’s opened 87 additional apartments. King County Executive Dow Constantine, County Councilmember Joe McDermott, and U.S. Rep. Jim McDermott are scheduled to speak, according to a news release from the county which includes full details on the development – read it in its entirety on the King County Housing Authority website. The celebration is described as “community-based,” so it appears all are welcome – 11 am, with the location described in the news release as “outdoors at Seola Gardens, west of Fairwind Park and north of the community center, located at 11215 5th Ave. SW.”
12:28 PM: Stopped by for a few photos that we’re adding here.
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October 29th, 2013 at 8:37 am
…I am not clear, is Skyway or CD the poorest area of King County, why would not extra housing be burdened to Renton or Seattle; also the money it costs for these extra buildings been allocated for social services that impact those who do not qualify for this housing; such as senior services…the funding that the County was screaming it needed during the furlough? Maybe King County Housing had to use up money to substaniate its being? Why not Renton, why not Seattle housing?