Planning Consultant Contract Signed

Friends of Thornton Creek Park #1 are happy to announce that we have signed a contract with GAYNOR, Inc. to manage the planning process for the Park in 2011.  Anita Fisk signed for the Friends, and Peggy Gaynor signed for GAYNOR, Inc. at Treehouse Coffee last Friday (photo). 

The planning process will include three public meetings to be scheduled for March-June.   Watch for announcements of the dates and location, to be in our Pinehurst / JacksonPark / OlympicHills area.  

For maps showing the area of the Park, and for photos taken in the Park, see other posts and pages of this site.

For many examples of Peggy Gaynor’s other planning and design work in Seattle Parks see her web site http://gaynorinc.com

This document has been funded in part by the Neighborhood Matching Fund Program of the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods. The information contained herein does not necessarily reflect the policies, plans, beliefs, conclusions, ideas, etc., of the City of Seattle. The City does not warrant the accuracy of any of the information, ideas, conclusions, etc., contained in this document.

http://seattle.gov/neighborhoods

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2 Responses to “Planning Consultant Contract Signed”

  1. Kelly Dole Says:

    The community is lucky to have somebody so experienced and passionate involved with Thornton Creek Park #1.

  2. Thornton Creek Park #1 Planning Consultant « Pinehurst Seattle Says:

    […] Creek Park #1 Planning Consultant Friends of Thornton Creek Park #1 have signed a contract with GAYNOR, Inc. to manage the planning process for the Park in […]


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