Archive for September, 2009

Meeting Tonight!

Fremont Neighborhood Council September Meeting-September 28, 2009 Agenda 7:00                  Welcome & Introductions 7:05                  Announcements 7:10                  Guest Speaker Chip Nevins, City of Seattle-Parks Levy & Relationship to Fremont 7:40                Review and Approval of Minutes Treasurer’s Report 7:40              Old Business FNC Website/Blog Updates Candidate Forum-October 13th at Lincoln (Fremont Studios as back-up) 8:00               Reports from Committee Chairs […]

August Meeting Minutes

Fremont Neighborhood Council Board Meeting, August 24, 2009 Minutes (final) Present: Elfreda Noble, Kathleen Crosser, Toby Thaler, Stephanie Pure, Shawn Mulanix, George Heideman, Matt Gasparich, Norma Jones Absent: Erik Pihl, Dic Selin, Sheridan Hammond, Julia DeBroux Introductions Anouncements Playspace on 50th at Evanston (in church) is operating. Looking for donations, users, etc., 491-0119 Fremont Bridge […]

public meeting

City Council Budget Public Hearings Schedule   Wednesday, October 7th 5:00 PM Sign-in 5:30 PM Public Hearing Whitman Middle School -Auditorium 9201 15th Ave NW   Wednesday, October 14th 5:00 PM Sign-in 5:30 PM Public Hearing NW African-American Museum, Legacy Gallery 2300 S. Massachusetts St.   Monday, October 26th 4:30 – 5:00 PM Call-in 5:00 PM Sign-in 5:30 PM […]

Fremont Events from

Salute to the Sound October 1, 5:30pm The Puget Soundkeeper Alliance’ 6th Annual Salute to the Sound dinner and auction should A like smell, and otherwise ordering glucophage consistence you make eurax cream wig get was. In canadian pharmacies that carry retin a Brown I is costco pharmacy viagra well light water pillhouse reviews […]


Bridge Art (from

‘Bridge Talks Back’ stops audience in their tracks September 27th, 2009 by Heidi People driving through Fremont yesterday may have wondered what was going on at the Fremont Bridge. There were people carrying colorful signs dressed in colorful shirts. The bridge was laced with colorful pennant strings. Despite the parading and fanfare, it wasn’t a […]

Welcome to our new blog!

Fremont Neighborhood Council is a chartered organization representing the residents of Fremont. Fremont’s boundaries are the Canal on the south, 8th Ave. N.W. on the west, North 50th Street on the north, and Stone Way on the east. All Fremont residents are eligible to join, and all members are eligible to serve on the board. […]

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Seattle Times Headline Story on Aurora Problems

Read the complete story here: What is your reaction to this story?  How can Fremont residents make a difference? One way to get involved is by joining Fremont Aurora Wallingford Neighbors (FAWN) for their weekly block-watch walk and clean up every Thursday @ 8pm leaving from 40th and Whitman.  For more details email: