CD Notes: Second Saturday Art Walks done for the year + Transit Riders Union reminder

The Second Saturday Art Walk on Cherry St wrapped up its final walk of the winter over the weekend. The tour of the quickly-growing Cherry Street arts district will pick back up in March.

From the CD Art Walk on Twitter:

Transit Riders Union inaugural meeting tonight

A reminder that the Seattle Transit Riders Union is officially launching tonight, 6 p.m. November 15 at the 2100 Building (24th Ave and S Hill St). From out previous post:

With huge cuts to King County Metro service narrowly avoided just months ago, more transit funding on the ballot due Tuesday and some major route changes on the horizon, transit is almost always a major topic on people’s minds and an important part of their lives.

Now, a group of people who say they are focused on expanding transit for people of all socioeconomic backgrounds is forming a democratic group to add another voice to the city’s transit conversation.

The Seattle Transit Riders Union will officially launch with a forum at 6 p.m. November 15 at the 2100 Building (2100 24th Ave S). James Bible, President of the Seattle Martin Luther King County branch of the NAACP, will speak at the event.

They also have a survey you can take online.


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