Next Highline Forum will be Wed., Sept. 27 in Des Moines


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The next Highline Forum is on September 27, a Wednesday, from 2:30 to 4:30 PM. The City of Des Moines will host the Forum at the Beach Park Dining Hall (22030 Cliff Ave. S. – Building B).

At the Highline Forum, members will receive updates on:

Regional Air Quality

The City of Des Moines

And, airport community engagement

The public is invited to make comments at the start of the meeting.

The Highline Forum membership includes the southwest King County communities of Des Moines, Burien, Normandy Park, SeaTac, Tukwila and Federal Way and Highline Public Schools, Highline College and the Port of Seattle.

Directions to the Des Moines Beach Park Dining Hall from I-5 – Take the WA-516/Kent Des Moines Road exit (#149). Exit #149B if coming from the south. Head west on Kent Des Moines Road in the direction of the water. When you reach downtown Des Moines, make a right and head north on Marine View Drive S. Make a left onto S. 223rd Street. As you head down the hill, S. 223rd Street becomes Cliff Avenue S. and turns to the right. Before you reach the Beach Park Dining Hall on Cliff Avenue S., you’ll need to take a parking ticket to park near the Dining Hall. Continue down the hill and turn to the left. The Dining Hall is across the lawn. Alternative parking is also available up in the hill in the Des Moines Marina.

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2 Responses to “Next Highline Forum will be Wed., Sept. 27 in Des Moines”
  1. Joan says:

    I see that the campaign sign thieves have been at it stealing Tosta signs. Funny how none of the others are disappearing. How pathetic that the “law and order” candidates and/or their supporters think the only way to win is by cheating and stealing.

    • Martin says:

      The times I ran, we had an aggressive replacement program. As soon as sign coordinators reported signs down, they were quickly repaired or replaced. Perhaps Councilwoman Tosta does not have an adequate program in place or enough help. Signs get expensive if many have to be replaced. If you see someone defacing or removing them, encourage them to stop or take a cell phone picture of them and the car tag to give to police.

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