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wind- in phase crews put in artwork Was Park to these beach Bonair ~tObegin this US to pro- West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, September 10, 1997 5 O More brass design inlays will be installed in the pathways, similar to those included in phase one. Four viewing devices will show ghost images of what the scenery used to look like from Aiki. For example, one will show how Luna Park appeared, when it stood on pilings off Duwamish Head. Luna Park was built in 1907, but burned down in 1931. Because of a lack of funding, an idea that was popular with citizens at public meetings is in some doubt, Hammons said. Called a belvedere, it's a viewing platform shaped like a half circle. It would jut 30 feet beyond the sea- wall into Puget Sound in the 1500 block of Alki Avenue. "It never was absolute," Ham- mons said. "We put it out there as a luxury item." She's looking for money to build the viewing platform and has applied for grants. It will be a cou- ple of months before it's known whether funding will be available, Hammons said. Tues., Sept. 9 Committee for Unincorpo- rated Areas Learn how the King County Council's Committee for Unincor- porated Areas spends tax dollars in the county's unincorporated areas 2-4 p.m. at the King County Court- house, County Council Chamber, 516 Third Ave. on the tenth floor. More info: 296-1677 or 296-1679. Wed., Sept. 10 Off-leash park areas dis- cussed Seattle City Council President Jan Drago will conduct a public hearing regarding off-leash park areas at 6 p.m. in the Seattle Munic- ipal Building, 600 Fourth Ave., Room 1101. For those wishing to comment, a sign-up sheet will be available outside the door to the Council Chamber at 5:30 p.m. More info: Jan Drago, 684-8801. Sunrise Heights Neighbor- hood Association Sunrise Heights Neighborhood Association meets 7:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe School Hall, 3401 S.W. Myrtle'St. Tom Slade, DCLU project manager, will speak. More info: Bill Taylor, 935-8047. lighline school board meeting The Highline School District Board of Directors is conducting a regular school board meeting at 7:30 p.m. in the Educational Resource and Administrative Cen- ter, 15675 Ambaum Blvd. S.W. More info: 433-0111. Men., Sept. 22 W.S. Chamber of Commerce The next West Seattle Chamber of Commerce business meeting will begin with networking at 11:30 a.m. and lunch served at noon at a loca- tion to be determined. Reservations must be placed with the Chamber office by 1 p.m. Sept. 19. More info and meeting location: 932-5685. Tues., Sept. 23 Greater Harbor 2000 Greater Harbor 2000 will meet to begin planning a Duwamish pot- latch celebration at 7 p.m. in the Southwest Seattle Historical Soci- ety office behind Bartell's in Jeffer- son Square. More info: Karen Kinch, 938-0897. CENTERS Y d Service * Technicians * Service * & Service Limited - GMC Truck - Geo West Seattle Bridge You'll get full use of:. Personalized Service Aerobics Fitness Assessment LifeStride Treadmills Lifecycles and Recumbent Bikes Stair Steppers and Life Steps Concept II Rowinq Hachines Computerized Life (ir(uit Strength Traininq Equipment tli-Tech Fitness Equipment Keiser Cam III Body Haster Fitness Equipment Paramount Fitness [quipment Power Visions-Huge Free Weiqht Room Featurinq Hammer Strength [quipment Hutritional (ounsdinq Beautiful Locker Rooms, Shower and Sauna for both Hen and Women [] 8uic~-Pontiac-GMC Track JeepEagle [] Chevrolet-Gee [] Body Shop (Mon.-Fd.) Indoor Tanninq and F ]L, 11- T H 11_ U WESTWOOD TOWN CENTER Mon. - Fri. 7:00 am - 5:30 pm am - 3:00 pm ONE PER PERSON FIRST VISIT GUESTS ONLY ~, MUST BE 18 YEARS OLD OR OLDER FACtLffIES VARY W1TH LOCATION INCENTIVES MAY BE OFFERED TO ENROLL ON OTHER MEMBERSHIPS TANNING AND BABY-SIfTING ARE AVAILABLE AT A NOMINAL FEE, 6 WEEKS FOR $10 OFFER IS A ONE CLUB ONLY MEMBERSHIP SEE CLUB FOR DETAILS.