Mar 26

West Seattle Police Blotter week 3-26-18

...7:15 a.m. Thursday, March 15, a caller from a store located in the 2400 block of Harbor Ave SW informed police about an attempted robbery that happened at 4:30 a.m. He was...

...called police about a burglary that was in-progress at her home, located in the 3200 block of 31 Ave SW. She said a man was trying to get into her house and that she and...

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...officers received a call of theft of property out of a truck parked in the 9200 block of Olson Pl SW. The truck was in a secure area, and the suspect entered the premises to commit...

    West Seattle Police Blotter week 3-26-18
    Attempted robbery on Harbor Ave SW Around 7:15 a.m. Thursday, March 15, a caller from a store located in the 2400 block of Harbor Ave SW informed police about an attempted robbery that happened at 4:30 a.m. He was not present when the incident occurred, but an employee working the register at the time told him what happened.
    https://www.westsideseattle.com

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  • Construction permit

    Establish use as and construct new single family residence, per plan

    3009 Harbor Ave. S.W. Issued March 7, 2018 Comment
  • Demolition permit

    Demolish existing structure per subject to field inspection (STFI)

    3009 Harbor Ave. S.W. Issued March 7, 2018 Comment

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Feb 06

City in $360K settlement for West Seattle trees illegally cut

The unauthorized tree cutting near the 3200 block of 35th Avenue Southwest took place in two distinct areas, on a steep slope near the defendants' homes. The city alleged that the trees, including many big-leaf maples and Scouler's willows, were felled and left on the group.

    City in $360K settlement for West Seattle trees illegally cut
    Updated 7:20 pm, Monday, February 5, 2018 The city of Seattle has settled the second of two civil suits against West Seattle residents who allegedly had 153 trees in a city greenbelt cut down, with the purpose of improving the homeowners' views.
    http://www.seattlepi.com

Feb 06

City Settles with West Seattle Homeowners over Cutting Public Trees

The city accused the homeowners of hiring workers to cut 153 trees along a public greenbelt, located at the 3200 block of 35th Avenue Southwest, in late 2015 or early 2016. The felled trees were along a slope considered a critical area and vulnerable in the event of an earthquake.

    City Settles with West Seattle Homeowners over Cutting Public Trees
    The city on Monday announced it settled a lawsuit with a second group of West Seattle homeowners who allegedly cut publicly owned trees to improve the views from their properties. The nine homeowners late January agreed to pay the city $360,000; with the previous lawsuit that the city settled in April, that makes a total of $800,000 to be used for restoration efforts along the site and other public greenbelts.
    https://www.seattlemet.com

Feb 06

City in $360K settlement for West Seattle trees illegally cut

The unauthorized tree cutting near the 3200 block of 35th Avenue Southwest took place in two distinct areas, on a steep slope near the defendants' homes. The city alleged that the trees, including many big-leaf maples and Scouler's willows, were felled and left on the group.

    City in $360K settlement for West Seattle trees illegally cut
    Updated 7:20 pm, Monday, February 5, 2018 The city of Seattle has settled the second of two civil suits against West Seattle residents who allegedly had 153 trees in a city greenbelt cut down, with the purpose of improving the homeowners' views.
    http://www.seattlepi.com

Feb 06

Second group of West Seattle homeowners accused of cutting public trees settles for $360,000

The first group agreed to settle for $440,000 last April, which means the city will collect $800,000 in total for the loss of more than 150 trees, including many big-leaf maples and Scouler’s willows, near the 3200 block of 35th Avenue Southwest.

    Second group of West Seattle homeowners accused of cutting public trees settles for $360,000
    The settlement, combined with a $440,000 deal last April, means the city will collect $800,000 overall after the destruction of more than 150 trees in a greenbelt. Share story The city of Seattle will collect $360,000 from another group of West Seattle homeowners accused of having public trees cut down to improve their views.
    https://www.seattletimes.com

Feb 05

City settles last of the lawsuits over the illegal tree cutting for $360,000

The unpermitted tree cutting near the 3200 block of 35th Ave. SW occurred in environmentally critical areas on a steep slope near the defendants’ homes. In its...

    City settles last of the lawsuits over the illegal tree cutting for $360,000
    information from the City of Seattle The City has settled the second of two civil suits against West Seattle homeowners who the City alleged hired people to cut down a swath of a greenbelt in late 2015 or early 2016 to improve the homeowners' views.
    https://www.westsideseattle.com

Jan 28

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