For the record, the seawall replacement is Seattle’s responsibility, and separate from the State’s proposed tunnel project. ... The projects are distinct—each will sink or float on its own merits.
In December, the just-minted Waterfront Partnership Committee held its first meeting to start planning for the 25 acres of City land that will be freed by demolishing the viaduct. ... Their work needs to guide the final seawall decisions, as it is fully part of the waterfront vision and overall funding strategy.
Whenever Seattle achieves a great civic triumph (Pike Place Market or the downtown library, for instance) it is because experts figured out, in advance, how to do the project correctly.
Comments are closed.
Commenting on this item is available only to members of the site. You can sign in here or create an account here.