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FNC sponsoring community clean-up and celebration–Fremont…Bright!!!

FREMONT…BRIGHT!    JULY 20, 2014 Help clean up our streets, brighten our murals, and party to celebrate 1 pm: gather at Patrick Place Apartments Community Room, 4251 Aurora Avenue North, for coffee and directions 1-3 pm: crews clean Fremont arterials, murals, bus stops; party tickets distributed 4:30 pm: Party at Patrick Place–Music, open mic, refreshments and [...]

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Community invited to review design of Troll’s Knoll Park–Second meeting July 16 6:30 pm

Did you miss your first change to see what will happen at Troll’s Knoll?  Here’s your second: “Seattle Parks and Recreation, the Department of Neighborhoods and Harrison Design invite the community to the second meeting on Troll’s Knoll Park on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 from 6:30 – 7:45 p.m. at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center, [...]

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Fremont Residents Invited to Learn about Westlake Ave N. Cycle Track Project July 10

Do you live in Fremont? If so, please join us for a special one-hour meeting of the Fremont Neighborhood Council held in order for Fremont residents to learn about and provide input on the Westlake Ave. N. Cycle Track Project. Details: Thursday, July 10, 2014, 7pm-8pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. 98103 between the [...]

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Seafair gives you the straight skinny on the 4th and the cleanup on the 5th

Seafair writes that they have  “created a 4th of July community information flyer that has key information for the business and residents of Lake Union.  The flyer includes information on parking restrictions in the Wallingford neighborhood; skydiver jump times, howitzer cannon firing, and volunteer event clean up opportunities on July 5.” They ask that we [...]

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Troll’s Knoll Moves Ahead with update and survey

Karen O’Connor writes to thank “everyone that attended the first public meeting for the Troll’s Knoll project.  A survey about the project along with the notes from the first meeting are posted on the website   Please remind your neighbors and friends of the second meeting on Wed. July 16.   Best, Karen” From  Karen O’Connor, [...]

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Siphon Project in West Fremont Seeks your opinion on how best to work with the community

The Fremont Siphon Project will make some significant changes at the west end of Canal Park and the entrance to Fremont from Ballard on Leary Way. Help make the Fremont Siphon Replacement Project even more responsive to the community: June 19, 2014 Hello from King County -  Thanks to all the community members who contributed [...]

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Solstice gearing up–wants volunteers!

Fremont Arts Council invites the community: Friday Night Float Move & Official Summer Solstice Parade Beer Garden party 6/20 Friday night we will move the Floats from the Powerhouse to the parade start.  This year due to our normal route being used by the Fremont Fair we will be riding down Leary with a Police [...]

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Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting – AGENDA Monday, June 23, 2014, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

Monday, June 23, 2014, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. All are welcome! Special Note: Vote for the Troll for Quirkiest Landmark in the US by noon on June 23! 7pm    Introductions 7:05   Announcements             Solstice recap, upcoming events, etc. 7:15   Fremont Library Update             Andy Bates, Supervising Librarian, Fremont Branch 7:20    Project # 3017074, [...]

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Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan for 2035 asks your guidance–plus win tickets June 24

Seattle 2035 wants your input, and is offering prizes to get it:   Seattle 2035 Key Directions  By 2035 Seattle will add 120,000 people and 115,000 jobs. On June 24 you can weigh in on key directions for Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan to guide this growth. Much of the Comprehensive Plan is already headed in the right direction, [...]

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Sound Transit wants to hear from us about mass transit–offers survey, open house

Sound Transit writes about their planning process that” the Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (Draft SEIS) which is now available for public review. Updating the Long-Range Plan later this year provides the framework for potential future mass transit expansion—now is your opportunity to comment on the Draft SEIS and share your regional transit priorities. ” [...]

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