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What’s Happening with Gas Works Park?

Learn what’s happening with Gas Works Park Tuesday March 11 at the Good Shepherd Center (4649 Sunnyside Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103), Room 202, from 6:30 – 8pm.  David Graves, AICP Senior Planner,Planning & Development Division, Seattle Parks and Recreation,  who met with FNC on Feb. 24,  writes: Gas Works Park Play Area renovation – [...]

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News Highlights Danger for Pedestrians at Stone & N 41st

KING-TV covered part of the story about  pedestrian safety at N 41st and Stone Way N and the discussion at Monday night’s Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting, Feb. 24.http://www.king5.com/news/cities/seattle/Mother-fights-for-safer-Wallingford-ped-crossing-246999481.html  An earlier story on KIRO  http://m.kirotv.com/news/news/mother-continues-fight-light-dangerous-crosswalk/ndX9r/  alerted the neighborhood about the meeting. The SDOT representative present heard a the concerns voice by FNC board members and by [...]

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FNC Gets Early Update on Gas Works Park Play Area Renovation

David Graves, Senior Planner for Seattle parks, spoke about the Gas Works Park Play Area renovation at the FNC January meeting Monday night. The first public meeting about the improvements will be March 11. At FNC’s request, Graves wrote up some information to share here: The 2008 Parks and Greenspace levy included money to make [...]

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Last Meeting to Respond on Parks Investment Proposal- Jan. 30, 7 pm

The last of three community meetings in January to get feedback on the work done by the Parks Legacy Citizens’ Advisory Committeein preparation for a potential 2014 park and recreation funding ballot measure is tonight–Thursday, January 30 at 7 p.m. Bitter Lake Community Center 13035 Linden Ave. N (map) Hear “a brief presentation that describes [...]

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Have a Say on Proposed 2014 Park & Recreation Funding Proposal

Seattle Parks and Recreation writes that they “will host three community meetings in January to get feedback on the work done by the Parks Legacy Citizens’ Advisory Committee in preparation for a potential 2014 park and recreation funding ballot measure. The meetings will be held: TONIGHT–Thursday, January 23 at 6 p.m. International District/Chinatown Community Center [...]

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All Fremont Neighbors Welcome! Fremont Neighborhood Council Meets Jan.27

Meet our brand-new WA State representative, hear about Gas Works Park upgrade and pedestrian safety at 43rd and Fremont Avenue at the FNC meeting Monday, January 27, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. law coursework AGENDA 7pm Introductions 7:05 Announcements 7:15 Introduction and Legislative Update–Presenter: Brady Walkinshaw, newly-appointed 43rd Legislative District State Representative 7:25 [...]

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Hazel Heights Mosaic Completed

The new mosaic sign at Hazel Heights P-Patch on the west edge of Fremont is now complete.  FNC contributed to the cost of the artwork.                                   More about Hazel Heights here: http://bestseattleparks.com/p-patches/hazel-heights-p-patch/  

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Get Ready to Play at B.F. Day!!

B.F.Day invites you to help install the new playground equipment. They write:  Playground Installation – Saturday, Sept. 14 & Sunday, Sept. 15 We’re going to install the new equipment at B.F. Day Elementary School and need help to place parts, tighten screws and pour concrete. Saturday, Sept. 14, 9am – 5pm (end time depends on [...]

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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 absolutely [...]

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FNC July 22 Meeting Features Candidate Debate–Shen & O’Brien

A briefing on the light rail study and a debate between Council candidates Mike O’Brien and Albert Shen fill the Fremont Neighborhood Council agenda for July 22.  (Scroll down for complete agenda and meeting details).  The format will not be a formal debate, but more of a presentation and Q&A.  It is as follows: each [...]

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