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Missed the FNC O’Brien-Shen Debate? Read recap here, before you vote Tuesday

Fremont Forum Recap: Mike O’Brien and Albert Shen for Seattle City Council Position 8: City Council candidates Mike O’Brien (incumbent) and Albert Shen (challenger) participated in a Candidate Forum at the July Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting. After sharing information about their background, they spoke about their stand on some current issues: Coal Trains: O’Brien is […]

NW SEED Hosts Solar Picnic in the Park this Sunday

NW SEED writes: Have you reserved your spot at Northwest SEED’s Solar Picnic in the Park this Sunday, July 21st? If not, it’s not too late! Come on down to the award-winning solar picnic shelters at Jefferson Park for Borracchini’s cake, Ben & Jerry’s ice cream and more than a little good cheer with some special friends like Seattle Councilman […]

Want Solar? Deadline July 1. Plus a Picnic

Deadlines and a picnic coming up for solar energy.  July 1 is the deadline for contracting to install solar energy with the current incentives, and July 21 you’re invited to a picnic in the park. Here’s more about both: Hi folks, I wanted to send along a quick progress update to our Solarize NW partners […]

NW SEED Launches New Website for Energy Sustainability

This just in from Northwest SEED, which is working to bring solar power to NW Seattle, including Fremont: …absolutely delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website! It’s a whole new look for us, and we think you’ll love it as much as we do. ,,,For the past eleven years, Northwest SEED has […]

SOLARIZE SEATTLE REPORTS PROGRESS

FNC just became an official sponsor of Solarize Seattle. Solarize reports: After more than 100 people showed up for each of our first two workshops, we’re convinced that NW Seattle is serious about solar. Thus far, nearly 400 of your neighbors have registered to participate in the program, and 10 early birds have already contracted […]