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FNC Meets Monday Night–Agenda Includes Fremont Siphon Project

Please join us! All Fremont Neighbors Welcome! Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Monday, November 25, 7-8:30pm, Doric generic levitra Temple, 619 N. 36th St. kamagra oral jelly cvs Agenda 7pm Introductions 7:05 Announcements 7:15 Presentation and Q&A: Fremont Siphon Project Update Featuring: Adair Muth | Community Services and Environmental Planning, King County Wastewater Treatment Division and […]

Dangerous Pedestrian Crossing at Stone Way & N 41st Needs SDOT Fix

Neighbors on both sides of Aurora Avenue worry about pedestrian safety at N. 41st and Stone Way N.  A natural walkway to Hamilton Middle School in Wallingford from Fremont over the Aurora pedestrian bridge at N 41st and from the residential area west of Stone, the intersection has proved dangerous to pedestrians and is poorly […]

Cuts in Metro Will Cause Pain for Fremont

If new funding sources do not develop, King County Metro will have to cut service by 17%.  Here are the cuts that will directly affect Fremont, and, below that, the news release from Metro.  First, our research on Fremont’s cuts: Routes in Fremont: 5 – Reduced to every 20 minutes during the day. 16 – […]

Sound Transit Updating Long Range Plan–Weigh In

The Mayor’s office announces that “Sound Transit is now in the process of updating their Long Range Plan, and asking the community, ‘Where should regional high-capacity transit services go next’? A transit package based on options in the updated Long Range Plan could go to voters as early as 2016.” They continue: Long range plan […]

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Hazel Heights Mosaic Completed

The new mosaic sign at Hazel Heights P-Patch on the west edge of Fremont is now complete.  FNC contributed to the cost of the artwork.                                   More about Hazel Heights here: http://bestseattleparks.com/p-patches/hazel-heights-p-patch/