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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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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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What will Seattle look like in 2035? Help answer that question June 24

Planning is proceeding on what Seattle will look like in 2035.  Weigh in: June 24 – Key Directions Win Prizes, Enjoy Great Food, and Help Shape Seattle’s Future 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 help guide this growth. [...]

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Design for New Project in Fremont Unveiled April 19 at Informal Meeting

A new mixed-use apartment project is proposed for 743 N 35th Street. You are invited to an informal Fremont Neighborhood Meeting to discuss the project. B9 Architects writes, “Come see the preliminary design proposal and share your comments with those involved in designing the project. All are welcome!” Where: Fremont Public Library Meeting Room 731 [...]

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Help Shape 2035′s Seattle & the City’s Plan for Growth

Planning Alternatives Are Here! Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development writes: On Monday, March 24, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM we will be hosting our EIS Scoping Meeting and Open House at City Hall to discuss ways to plan for the growth expected in Seattle over the next 20 years. We will be presenting and [...]

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Larry Phillips Will Discuss Metro Plan at FNC Meeting March 24, 7pm

King County Councilmember Larry Phillips, Chair of the Metropolitan King Council, representing District 4 including Fremont, will speak to the Fremont Neighborhood Council on Monday, March 24, 2014, 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th S. Phillips serves on  the County’s Transportation Committee and the Sound Transit Board; he is expected to discuss Metro’s plan to [...]

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Stone Way & 41st, Metro Funding, Feet First, Coalition for an Affordable and Livable Seattle Make Full FNC Agenda March 24

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting – AGENDA Monday, March 24, 2014, 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.(Map) 7pm    Introductions 7:05    Announcements 7:15    King County Councilmember Larry Phillips  Larry Phillips is the Chair of the Metropolitan King Council and represents District 4 (which includes Fremont). King County deals mainly with Metro transit, jails, parks, libraries, and [...]

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Seattle 2035 Seeks Input at Guiding Principles Workshop March 3

On March 3, join us for a workshop on the nine guiding principles behind the Comprehensive Plan update. The guiding principles are statements about our city’s challenges and opportunities–economic opportunity, growth, climate change, community health, transit, strategic investment and innovation. They emerged from public engagement conducted in 2011, and were adopted by City Council in [...]

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Devil in the Details: Fremont neighbors asked to weigh in on Pedestrian Master Plan

The Department of Planning and Development (DPD) is asking for input on the Pedestrian Zone Mapping Project (pedestrian retail areas). But you will have to search to find plans for Fremont and Wallingford.  Here are the links: essay writers Stone Way N – south of N 45th St. Stone Way N – south of N [...]

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