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Updates & meetings re recent Fremont issues–development, crosswalks, parklets,

Development, design and the Wake for Affordable Housing: Linden Avenue N: The hearing on Linden appeal has been continued to Monday, March 16, 40th Floor Municipal Tower. More content later. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for updates too. https://www.facebook.com/FremontNeighborhoodCouncil 743 N 35th St (next to Fremont Library), Project #3016369 Design Review Board Meeting [...]

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Task force to examine region’s transportation future

The first meeting of the new task force to examine our region’s transportation future will be February 25, 2015, at 4 p.m., in the Boardroom of the Puget Sound Regional Council at 1011 Western Avenue, Suite 500, Seattle, Washington, 98104.  PRESS RELEASE: Feb. 18, 2015 SEATTLE – The central Puget Sound region’s long-term transportation needs [...]

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Fremont Siphon Project construction to begin–learn about impacts March 2

The Fremont Siphon Project construction is about to begin. Find out about schedules, detours and much more Monday, March 2, 2015, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m., Fremont Library, 731 North 35th Street,  Seattle, WA to learn more about the project. Construction is coming to Fremont and Queen Anne! Do you have all the information you want?    [...]

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Transit Map shows routes with frequent service

Updated for the new increases in service, this map shows Seattle routes that offer service every 15 minutes or less. http://seattletransitblog.com/2014/02/12/frequent-transit-map-updated/  Fremont’s service includes the E Line, the d5, 26, 28, 31, 32, 40, and 44. While the 16 also serves East Fremont, it is not on this frequent service map. Thanks, Metro, and Seattle [...]

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Seattle Comprehensive Plan Amendments Now on Line

This just in from Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development–comments may be made to Seattle City Councilmember Mike O’Brien <mike.obrien@seattle.gov> : DPD has published the Mayor’s recommended 2014 – 2015 amendments to the City’s Comprehensive Plan (Plan) on our Seattle Comprehensive Plan website. The Plan is a policy document guiding City actions for managing 20 years [...]

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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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Have a say in Metro’s long-range public transportation plan

Metro invites community members to consider joining a “Community Advisory Group” or to contribute your thoughts and ideas in other ways–details below: King County Metro is beginning the process of developing a long-range plan for public transportation, and we want to engage the community in developing a vision, goals, and options for providing transportation services [...]

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LARGE NEW PROJECT PLANNED FOR N 34TH up for discussion Monday night, Jan. 26 at FNC

At the Fremont Neighborhood Council on Monday, January 26, 2015, 7-8:30pm at the Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St., some very important projects with real impact on Fremont will be discussed. First, the major new project proposed for the north side of 34th from Carquest Bldg to Aurora, in the block that includes History House [...]

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Fremont Neighborhood Council active in community safety and more–Join us for 2015

In 2014 the Fremont Neighborhood Council took on a number of projects, including: Supported neighborhood efforts for increased pedestrian safety on Fremont Avenue, N 39th, and Stone Way N—improvements have been made on Stone Way and will be made on Fremont Avenue in 2015 Pressed successfully for restoration of the awning at Fremont Ave. and [...]

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Big construction project on 100-year-old Fremont Siphon to start soon

King County will be replacing the Fremont Siphon very soon. King County tells us: The Fremont Siphon is a major sewer pipe running under Fremont and Queen Anne. It carries sewage and stormwater from north Seattle and other cities and towns in the north end of the county to the West Point Treatment Plant in [...]

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