Laurelhurst Community Club
Serving 2800 Households in Seattle’s Laurelhurst Neighborhood

August 2, 2001

Theresa Doherty
Assistant Vice President for Regional Affairs
Office of the Executive Vice President
University of Washington
98 Gerberding Hall, Box 351279
Seattle, Washington 98195-1279
Fax 543-3951

RE: Radford Court Apartments Follow-up re Initiative 42 and Other Issues and Sand Point/Magnuson Park

Dear Theresa,

Thank you very much for looking into the issues recently raised by the Laurelhurst Community Club and others relating to Initiative 42 and other matters involving the Radford Court Apartments at Sand Point/Magnuson Park. Throughout the entire redevelopment process of University housing at Sand Point, we have found Lorig Associates very responsive to community concerns, consistently demonstrating a willingness to listen to and work with interested and impacted communities. The Laurelhurst Community Club, however, has a long history of support and commitment to Initiative 42. We appreciate your efforts in working with Lorig to ensure that parkland is used for park purposes and any possible violation of Initiative 42 is avoided.

We look forward to implementation of your final landscaping plan and your open house in September to celebrate completion of the first phase of this important project.

Sincerely,

Jeannie Hale, President
Laurelhurst Community Club
3425 W Laurelhurst Drive NE
Seattle, Washington 98105
205-525-5135 / fax 206-525-9631
jeannieh@serv.net

Kate Lloyd, Magnuson Park Liaison
4303 NE 35th Street
Seattle, Washington 98105
522-8822 / fax 526-5525
cmcdlloyd@home.com

cc: Ken Bounds, Eric Friedli, C. David Hughbanks, City Councilmembers, Mayor Schell, Board of Park Commissioners, T.C. Richmond, John Turnbull, Weldon Ihrig; Peter Eglick


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