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“Crime, Car Camping & Consequences” panel on Sept. 16

The Fremont Chamber and many of us in the neighborhoods are concerned about: “Crime, Car Camping & Consequences.” Now the Chamber is hosting a panel discussion on Wednesday, September 16, 8am at Giddy Up Burger, 4600 Leary Way Seattle, WA 98107. “Join the Fremont Chamber along with Panel Members City Attorney Brendan Brophy, Councilmember Mike [...]

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Proposed Metro Changes create new route 62, connect Fremont and Wallingford

Metro just announced a proposed series of changes to north end routes, designed for better connections when light rail stations open in the U District and Roosevelt neighborhood. One of the changes for Fremont is that the #16 bus goes away and is replaced by a new route 62 which will connect downtown Fremont and [...]

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What’s happening in Fremont? Learn more at the August FNC board meeting Aug. 24

Metro changes and the Ship Canal Water Quality Tunnel high on the Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
 agenda tonight, Monday, August 24, 2015, 7-8:30pm Location: Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. AGENDA 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events Park(ing) Day Applications Due August 28 City of Seattle Grant Workshop: September 2 Fremont Oktoberfest:  September 18-20 7:15    Presentation: Building the Ship [...]

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State Rep. Brady Walkinshaw Launches “Working Together”

Forty-third District State Representative Brady Walkinshaw, one of Fremont’s three elected legislators, has launched  ”Working Together” to help Walkinshaw understand the issues most important to members of the 43rd Legislative District and to support community members who want to come together to address them.    He seeks to hear from as many folks in Fremont as [...]

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Good time to meet your neighbors–August 4 Seattle Night Out

With so many new folks moving to Fremont (Welcome!!!), Seattle Night Out is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors.  Get to know newcomers and meet those who’ve been here for a while.  Some of the local events are posted on this map. http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/nightoutevents.htm We also know there will be a dessert potluck in the [...]

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SDOT requests feedback on N 34th bike lane

During their presentation at Monday night’s FNC meeting, SDOT requested public feedback on the proposed bike lane ASAP. Please provide any feedback you have by August 10 to the project manager, Howard Wu at howard.wu@seattle.gov Description of the proposal appears here http://sdotblog.seattle.gov/…/proposed-protected-bike…/.

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5th annual Seattle Marathon 10k Race impacts Fremont Saturday, August 22, 2015

Watch out for runners: IMPACT YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD 2015_10K Neighborhood Notification Letter Dear Community Member: The. Included on this day will be a 10k Run/Walk event as well as a 1-mile Kids Fun Run. This year’s summer 10K Race will start and end at Gas Works Park and will use the Burke-Gilman Trail, as well as [...]

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Discuss proposed N 34th protected bike lane & hear from Rep. Brady Walkinshaw Monday night at FNC

Agenda for this coming Monday’s Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
, Monday, July 27, 2015, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

: 7pm    Introductions 7:05    Announcements/Upcoming Events Aug. 4: Neighbor Night Out Aug. 19 @4:30pm at History House: Ducks, Dogs, and Suds August 29 @BF Day: 2015 Fremont Whiffle Ball Classic July-August: Fremont Outdoor Movies 7:15    Special Guest:  [...]

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ORCA To-Go Cart MAKES IT EASY to sign up for Reduced Fares, Seniors, Youth, Refills, passes

King County Metro is making it easy to get your ORCA card. They will be http://onlinepharmacy-viagra.com/classic-discount-pack-online.php at events this summer all over King County offering on the spot ability to get an ORCA card/bus pass. They will bring the ORCA To-Go cart and attendees will have the opportunity to sign up and get approved for [...]

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Westlake Cycle Track threatened by lawsuit — Connect Lake Union organizing to protect bike lanes

The whole Westlake Cycle Track project is being threatened by a lawsuit from a superyacht moorage company.  Below are details on tonight’s organizing meeting: Subject: Connect Lake Union | Connect Lake Union tonight at Miir! From: Robin Randels <robinr@cascade.org> Date: Tue, July 07, 2015 2:08 pm To: connectlakeunion@org2-lists.salsalabs.com Hi everyone, Tonight we again reunite our [...]

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