Bang fears new development will force out Little Saigon food shops and markets that keep him connected to his Vietnamese roots

TAKE ACTION!

1. LEARN MORE:

iexaminer.org/editorial/yesler-terrace-re-development-impact/

iexaminer.org/editorial/yesler-terrace-sha-wrong-track/

2. ATTEND:
Q & A with the Mayor in Little Saigon
Saturday, October 1, 3:00 - 4:30 pm
Nisei Veterans Memorial Hall
1212 S. King St., Seattle, WA, 98144

... Help make Little Saigon a vibrant community !
Come hear and contribute voice to issues affecting Little Saigon. All are invited.

3. EMAIL:

Seattle Housing Authority: ttierney@seattlehousing.org

and Mayor: mike.mcginn@seattle.gov

and

each Seattle City Councilmember:

richard.conlin@seattle.gov, sally.bagshaw@seattle.gov,
tim.burgess@seattle.gov, sally.clark@seattle.gov, jean.godden@seattle.gov, bruce.harrell@seattle.gov, nick.licata@seattle.gov, mike.obrien@seattle.gov, tom.rasmussen@seattle.gov

with the MESSAGE:

" Please Ensure Little Saigon’s Survival,
through Yesler Terrace Redevelopment. "

Things the City of Seattle could do:
Provide economic assistance
Business improvement
Financial & technical assistance
Incentive Zoning
Growth Related Fund for Little Saigon
Expand new Tourist Zone to include Little Saigon
Build Vietnamese Cultural Center & parks

Save Little Saigon ! "

Produced in workshop funded by mapping our voices for equality.

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