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Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting Agenda Includes Update on Chase Bank Awning

FNC meets Monday, October 27, 2014, 7-8:30pm, at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.  AGENDA: 7:05 Introductions {Real start time!} 7:10 Approve Agenda—If something important got missed, and you want me to try to squeeze you in, please email me! (Toby Thaler, acting president– fremont@louploup.net) 7:12 Announcements about Fremont-related events coming up 7:15 Hung Huynh from [...]

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FNC partners with the Chamber and Department of Neighborhoods for a Post-Halloween Clean-up Nov. 1

Your volunteer help is needed for a  Post-Halloween Fremont  Clean-up Sat., November 1, 10am, meet at the Fremont Troll. Here’s the invitation: “A clean of the neighborhood put on in partnership: Fremont Chamber of Commerce, Fremont Neighborhood Council and City of Seattle Dept. of Neighborhoods. We provide the tools and bags while you help with [...]

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Got Space for Solstice Parade Float Bodies? Contact Fremont Arts Council

The Solstice Parade float bodies need a new home.  This plea from Fremont Arts Council: “The City has asked the Fremont Arts Council (FAC) to remove Solstice Parade float bodies from their current storage location near the Fremont Troll. At this time the City is not able to provide an alternative storage location. Without a [...]

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Traffic Disruptions October 13-20

This list from the Department of Neighborhoods District Coordinator Karen Ko: ROAD CLOSURES: October 13-18: Stone Wy. N. closed north of N. 34th St. for up to five days. October 17 – 20: SR520 floating bridge closed in both directions October 17 – 20: Aurora Ave. N. SR99 closed in both directions between the Battery [...]

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Architects invite Fremont to discuss mixed use project on N 35th – Oct. 13, 6 pm

Brian Johnson, AIA and b9architects invite the neighborhood to the  Fremont Public Library Meeting Room 731 N 35th Street, Monday October 13th 6:00p – 7:30pm for “an informal meeting…to discuss the progress on the proposed mixed-use apartment project located at 743 N 35th Street. Come see the current design and share your comments with those [...]

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Damaged Girder will detour traffic at Nickerson-Emerson starting Oct 9

Northwest Seattle traffic will be impacted from October 9 until the end of 2014 as the Nickerson-Emerson Overpass just south of the Ballard Bridge undergoes badly needed repairs of a damaged girder and worn road surface.  On Friday, October 10 and Saturday October 11 from 8 pm to 9 am, the girder and that section [...]

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Brooks Grand Opening & Trailhead Run–Everyone’s Invited Oct 11

The Brooks Trailhead Store’s Grand Opening is Saturday, Oct 11, in the Stone34 building at N 34th and Stone Way N.  Everyone is invited to the event, starting with a Trailhead run at 8 am and a pancake breakfast after.  Bring friends and family for fun and prizes. Full information on the flyer below. Brooks [...]

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New Park District Community Oversight Committee may need YOU!

This just in:  “Council and Mayor Seek Candidates for Seattle Park District Community Oversight Committee”–respond by Oct. 20 to be considered.  Here’s the press release: From Mayor Ed Murray, Councilmember Jean Godden, Councilmember Sally Bagshaw FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 18, 2014 SEATTLE – The City Council<http://www.seattle.gov/council/> and Mayor Ed Murray are seeking candidates to fill [...]

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Free Dental, Vision, Medical Clinic and Healthfest Oct 23-26

Seattle’s Clinic and Healthfest offers free flu shots and lots of information about physical and financial wellness in this event. The Department of Neighborhoods says: By now you may be familiar with the giant clinic that will provide FREE dental, vision and medical services for people in need.  The Clinic will take place over four [...]

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Budget Proposal for 2015 includes more money for Neighborhoods

Have a project you’d like to see happen in Fremont?  The Mayor’s funding proposal for 2015-16 includes more money that Fremont might find helpful for community projects. P-Patches will get more support, the PACE program, in which our own Ralph Weathers has participated will get staffing support, and small projects through the Neighborhood Park and [...]

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