Reposted from CBS Seattle
SEATTLE, Wash. (CBS Seattle) — The City Council of Seattle has put forth a proposal to determine the city’s overall interest in having a Bruce Lee Action Museum constructed.
At present, the official proposal aims to, as it states, “develop a report … examining the extent to which City (and other public agency) resources are available to support a new museum to showcase Bruce Lee.”
The process is in its beginning stages, as construction locations and funding options are being considered and researched.
Seattle City Council member Bruce Harrell is a driving force behind the initiative, and feels that the construction of such an institution could do wonders for the city.
“In the policy work that I do, building an urban infrastructure where youth of all backgrounds can embrace discipline, hard work, self-esteem, and a love of life, is important,” he wrote on his official blog. “Seattle must maintain…
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