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Bus from Third Ave to Fremont slow? Delayed? SDOT & Metro asking for opinion on fixes

SDOT and Metro are doing some workshops on how to improve the situation downtown, which could help Fremont with more reliable service. http://www.kingcounty.gov/transportation/kcdot/NewsCenter/NewsReleases/2015/august/nr082115_neighborhoodsessions.aspx Come to a Third Avenue Neighborhood Session to share what transit and pedestrian improvements you think matter most. Last fall you helped us create a list of potential pedestrian and transit improvements [...]

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“Crime, Car Camping & Consequences” panel on Sept. 16

The Fremont Chamber and many of us in the neighborhoods are concerned about: “Crime, Car Camping & Consequences.” Now the Chamber is hosting a panel discussion on Wednesday, September 16, 8am at Giddy Up Burger, 4600 Leary Way Seattle, WA 98107. “Join the Fremont Chamber along with Panel Members City Attorney Brendan Brophy, Councilmember Mike [...]

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Good time to meet your neighbors–August 4 Seattle Night Out

With so many new folks moving to Fremont (Welcome!!!), Seattle Night Out is a great opportunity to meet your neighbors.  Get to know newcomers and meet those who’ve been here for a while.  Some of the local events are posted on this map. http://www.seattle.gov/police/nightout/nightoutevents.htm We also know there will be a dessert potluck in the [...]

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Enjoy the 4th at Gasworks

SPD’s advice for the 4th: “The possession, manufacture, storage, sale and use of fireworks (meaning everything but pop-it caps) is prohibited in Seattle, punishable by up to a year in jail and a $5,000 fine.“  Also, “DO CALL 911: to report fires, injuries, crimes, or any other life-threatening incidents. DO NOT CALL 911: to complain about noise from fireworks.“ Also, neighborhoods  [...]

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SNG offers August 11 Landlord training workshop on crime preventions and more

Landlord training–there is a cost involved but if you have a rental property in Fremont, this looks like useful information.    Cost is $40 per person; includes Landlord Manual Continental breakfast will be provided Register online at http://sngi.org/services/ll.php or call 206-323-9666  To download a flyer, click here. We look forward to seeing you there! If you [...]

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Seattle 2035 asks for input on Draft Environmental Impact Statement

  Seattle 2035–the new Seattle Comprehensive Plan–has released the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for your review and comments. They plan an open house and public hearing on May 27, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Bertha Knight Landes Room at Seattle City Hall for commenting in person.What gets adopted in the end will affect [...]

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UPDATE: Revised agenda for May 18 FNC 7 pm meeting–Photo op at Fremont & 43rd 6:30

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting
  Monday, May 18, 2015, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

 REVISED  AGENDA 6:30pm         Photo at new Crosswalk at 43rd and Fremont Avenue N. 7pm    Introductions 7:10    Announcements/Upcoming Events ·      Neighborhood Expo: May 22, 4:30-7:30pm, Fremont Studios ·      Comp Plan Public Hearing: May 27, 6-8pm, Seattle City Hall ·      Fremont Fair: June [...]

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Local traffic revisions start May 14 as Fremont siphon work continues

King County Metro will be scheduling a series of street closures as they do work in the Fremont Canal Park area. Here’s the details:   Hello from King County–2nd Ave NW traffic detour begins Thursday, May 14. Access to NW Canal St from 2nd Ave NW will be closed on Thursday, May 14 and Friday, [...]

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Legislature considering a “Pedestrian Fatality and Injury Advisory Council” to improve safety

Feet First, which advocates for pedestrian safety, has alerted FNC to a bill now moving in the State Legislature: Pedestrian Safety Bill Approved Nearly-Unanimously in State Senate Olympia- The State Senate has voted to move forward a bill which would make it safer for people walking. The proposed law, which passed with a 48 to [...]

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Help East Fremont Neighbors with Pedestrian Safety at Stone Way & N 45th

Fremont neighbors on the eastern edge of Fremont are asking the city to fund safety improvements to the crosswalk at Stone Way and 43rd, to make it safer. Will you email a message of support, to help them get the funding?  The deadline is Feb. 9–please write  TODAY. HERE ARE THE DETAILS: D DOUGLASS Support [...]

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