–N 40th & Whitman N at 8 pm–BE THERE!
This Thursday October 22 we have a chance to talk one on one with each of four candidates– to walk with Council candidate David Ginsberg, City Attorney candidate Peter Holmes City Attorney incumbent and candidate Tom Carr, and Council incumbent and candidate Richard Conlin.
No matter how many candidate forums the community puts candidates through, they don’t give you a real chance to ask your questions, tell your story, discuss your solutions. Walking with FAWN does. Please join us, and let us know whether you’ll be there by replying to this email at email@example.com.
MALLAHAN DEPUTY CAMPAIGN DIRECTOR MEETS WITH FAWN
Susanna Williams, Deputy Campaign Director, met with FAWN’s Sally, Jeremy and Linda at Fremont Abbey for an hour-long discussion that ranged
from the need to increase in police staffing by 100, which Mr. Mallahan supports, to ways to officially link neighborhoods across Aurora, as FAWN does through volunteer effort. Jeremy told Williams about the recent assault and property damage at his condo and about his attempts, finally successful, at talking directly with Mr. Inman. Mallahan seems supportive of the Chronic Nuisance Property Ordinance, while Sally urged that its penalties be criminal as well as civil.
FAWN thanks FREMONT ABBEY for hosting the meeting in their building.
SEATTLE URGES WINTER PREP
Heavy rains and snows this winter may cause problems, but you can make our neighborhood safer by how you rake your leaves, clean drains, and clear your sidewalks. Here is the City’s link for fall clean-up/prep
www.seattle.gov/transportation/winterweather.htm The City’s new plans will be discussed Tuesday Oct 27 7 pm Queen Anne Community Center–see more at the link above and at the SDOT blog http://sdotblog.seattle.gov