The City Council will be holding public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the Living Building Pilot Project (LBPP). The changes, authored by the Seattle Department of Planning & Development, would extend the life of the program beyond the end of the year and add needed flexibility to encourage development of more deep green buildings, […]
Skanska, the developer of the Stone34 deep green building at Stone Way and N 34th is hosting a technical briefing for design and sustainability professionals on Tuesday, June 26th at noon at GGLO Architects (1301 First Ave on the Harbor Steps in downtown Seattle). RSVP required, to firstname.lastname@example.org Community Outreach/Stone34. Neighbors and supporters can stop […]
The Stone34 project update meeting at Fremont Abbey on 6/26 is being postponed…new date to be announced. Great City is hosting a brown bag panel discussion about Stone34 and the unique challenges of green building development with Skanska EVP Lisa Picard, and Brooks Sports CEO Jim Weber on Thursday, June 28th at noon at GGLO Architects […]
Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting–Monday, June 25, 2012 7:00 pm at Doric Lodge 92, 619 North 36th Street AGENDA 6:45PM Doors open 7:00PM Welcome & Introductions 7:05PM Announcements 7:10PM Review and Approval of Outstanding Minutes & Treasurer’s Report 7:15PM Guest Presentation: Fremont Siphon Project Project […]
Stone34 has been endorsed by FNC. Their community outreach liaison Linda Mitchell writes, “The Design Review Board approved the Stone34 project at the end of March, finding that the project meets design guidelines and the goals of the Living Building Pilot Program. Thanks again to all who came to the many review meetings to […]
On June 25, FNC voted to approve the donation of $5,000 to the BF Day PTSA, for the BF Day Playground Improvement Project, in support of PTSA’s grant proposal to the King County Youth Sports Facilities Grant Fund. On May 21 the Fremont Neighborhood Council board had unanimously voted to donate the money, but all expenditures […]
Put Solstice on your agenda and come enjoy the sun in Fremont, rain or shine. http://www.fremontfair.org/ A quick list of the lineup is here: http://www.fremontuniverse.com/2012/06/04/fremont-fair-line-up/
Urban ArtWorks employs young people working with artists to create murals all around Seattle. In Fremont, the 46th Street Mural was painted by an Urban ArtWorks crew and is listed on their site. FNC is the fiscal agent for the 46th Street Mural’s creation and its ongoing stewardship.