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Agenda for Nov. 28 FNC Meeting Expanded–Join Us Tonight.

Fremont Neighborhood Council MeetingMonday, November 28, 2016
Meeting: 7-8:30pm Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

REVISED AGENDA

7pm  Intros/Announcements

Nov 25-Jan. 1:  Woodland Park Zoo WildLights, 5:30 – 8:30 p.m. nightly
Dec. 2:  Lenin Lighting (part of Fremont Festivus), 5pm
Dec. 10: North Transfer Station Celebration
10:00 – 11:30 am; 1350 N 34th St.,
Intersection of N. 34th St. and N. Northlake Pl.

7:10  New Sharps Container in Canal Park
Canal Park is one of four locations where the City of Seattle is placing a “sharps” container, which is a receptacle designed for the safe disposal of syringes, needles and lancets. Andy Sheffer of the Seattle Parks & Recreation Department will present.

7:20: Presentation: Neighbor Outreach and Engagement
Since moving away from the District Council system, the City of Seattle is pursuing new ways to engage the community. Tom Van Bronkhorst with the City of Seattle will discuss this new direction and take questions from Fremont neighbors. Learn more here.

7:40   Helen Tapp Bench Update
Fremont neighbor Dennis Bateman will update us on new developments regarding the future of the Helen Tapp memorial bench on Fremont Ave and 43rd (near Paseo’s. )

7:55  N. 36th St. Pedestrian Safety Project Update
Fremont neighbor Cara Kuhlman will update us on this pedestrian safety project, including funds in the Mayor’s proposed budget for improved lighting and signage.

8:10  Membership Update

8:15   Post-Election Discussion: What Now?
How has and could the national and local election results impact Fremont? What can we do as neighbors to support each other? What resources are out there for those looking to move forward productively?

8:20  Committee Reports

8:25   Treasurer’s Report/ Minutes Approval

8:30   Adjourn

NO NEXT MEETING: We will not be having a meeting in December. See you in January 2017!

Neighbor Note: The City of Seattle wants your feedback. The projects listed below are currently open for public comment. Make your voice heard:

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