The new water meter has now been fully permitted and paid for. Plumber Mike Moore is scheduled to install the back flow prevention, and the city is scheduled to put in the new meter. The use of the water however, is only permitted to be for irrigation. I’ve been told that when … Read More
Dennis and Alicia meet on site to figure out how make the sign readable from three sides. We will also be taking a soil sample to have analyzed for any residual toxins from past use.
The process is started to get a new water meter at the site, through the City of Olympia. It will cost $3200 up front, in lieu of any evidence that a utility bill was ever paid there. Such evidence has not yet been found, but the money paid for the water meter … Read More
This is a meeting with Shanty Slater of Make Olympia and Alicia Elliott. We are going to discuss the possibilities of the local crafts fair having a permanent home at West Central Park.
Today, the website, the park sign and an article in The Olympian, and a King 5 story, all converged to spread the word about West Central Park. In the first 24 hours the park received no less than 28 offers of help through the website. Can we say park?
The sign for the West Central Park is posted, directing people to this website for more information.
Alicia meets with John Dodge, reporter from The Olympian, on the park site, for an interview.
This was a meeting with planning, permit, building, and engineering officials from the city, two members of the WOLY Farmer’s Market board, and Alicia. Issues about permits and traffic flow around the site should the WOLY Market decide to set up there this summer, were discussed. Overall, a very informative meeting. In … Read More
PARC Foundation Board meeting, non profit umbrella status discussed. The PARC Board told Alicia that if the park was owned privately, they would not be able to help with a non profit umbrella status.