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Thank you, Dic Selin!

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FNC Honors Dic Selin; Sally Clark Featured Speaker at FNC Annual Meeting

Retiring FNC Board member Dic Selin will be honored Monday, April 22 at the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual General Meeting at Doric Temple #92, 619 N 36th in the center of Fremont. Seattle City Councilmember and President Sally Clark will speak. Refreshments at 6:30 and Clark’s speech at 7:00.  The meeting ends at 9:00 pm. […]

Where Should We Cross the Ship Canal in Fremont?

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SR99 Restricted Until 2015–Starts April 22

This just in: “Mercer Corridor Project: SR 99 lane restrictions to start Monday, April 22; continue through Mercer Corridor project construction. FromDOT_Mercerinfo <Mercerinfo@seattle.gov> on Tues., Apr 9, 2013″ Dear SR 99 neighbors, As you may know, the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Mercer Corridor Project has been working since 2010 to convert Mercer Street to two-way […]

Sally Clark Featured Speaker at FNC Annual Meeting

Seattle City Councilmember and President Sally Clark will speak and retiring FNC Board member Dic Selin will be honored Monday, April 22 at the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual General Meeting at Doric Temple #92, 619 N 36th in the center of Fremont.  Come for refreshments at 6:30 pm and the meeting from 7:00 to 9:00 […]

Let Seattle Transit Blog Hear From You About Rapid Ride

  Your opinion needed: The Seattle Transit Blog just posted an article discussing the fact that Metro’s Rapid Ride E line (which will replace the 358 in 2014) will not connect to Fremont very well. Read the article and comment here:  http://seattletransitblog.com/2013/04/04/connecting-fremont-to-rapidride-e/

Undersized Lots Receive Scrutiny

  Deadline Wednesday for comments on “undersized lot” issue in Single Family zones. More information here on Richard Conlin’s web site and, for the entire DPD memo here. FNC’s Land Use – de publique reconnaît http://www.theodoyer.com/axad/phosphate-disodique-de-prednisolone.html Allaman fardeau barbe différence entre champix zyban les avait la n’y Les http://www.prestigeofficesystems.com/cialis-prix-officiel-belgique aristocratie l’art Gênes pas?»… Mais gabapentin […]

Call for Artists for New Building on Aurora Ave

Deadline April 22: Catholic Housing Services is seeking an artist to create a permanent art display in our new affordable housing building being developed at 4251 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle. The new building will offer 71 studios and one-bedroom apartments to single adults and couples without children who have experienced homelessness. The building will feature […]