Northwest Voices | Letters to the Editor
Re-imagining Seattle's waterfront
This is Seattle, not Phoenix
I wonder whatever possessed an architect to even consider a “misting station” for Seattle’s waterfront [“After the viaduct, city sees ‘a waterfront for all,’” page one, July 13]. This is Seattle, not Phoenix, and the waterfront almost always has its own mist and breezes which cannot be improved upon. This idea is not only totally unnecessary, it is a waste of money and space. Tell the architect that his idea doesn’t make sense, please.
— Elizabeth M. Williams, Seahurst