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HALA Focus Groups Wrap Work and Representative Reports to FNC

Toby Thaler and Peter Hornyack, FNC board members, both attended the final wrap-up meeting for the HALA focus groups this past week, Hornyack reports. He writes, “Now that the process is complete I’ve written an update for the FNC website, containing the most up-to-date information from the city.”  That report follows below. He also says, […]

Matt Bazemore-Linden Ave N 2015

In Memory of a small community

Matt Bazemore painted this view of Linden Avenue before the demolitions that began this month, to replace these houses with 100mg clomid / cymbaltaonline-pharmacy.com / clomid side effects / cymbaltaonline-pharmacy / http://abilifygeneric-online.com/catalog/Depression/Cymbalta.htm / accutane dosage / zoloftonline-generic.com large multi-unit dwellings.  

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In Memoriam–Affordable Rental Houses in Fremont–Wake Feb. 21 at 1:30 pm

Join your Fremont Neighborhood Council, Fremont Historical Society and your neighbors for this remembrance of Fremont before it disappears. Saturday, February 21, 2015 at 1:30 p.m. at Fremont Baptist Church, 717 North 36th Street, Seattle. A Wake for Fremont’s Affordable Rental Houses The Fremont neighborhood will be hosting a wake for Fremont’s Affordable Rental Houses […]

Give your feedback on Seattle’s Housing and Livability Agenda-this Thursday

Final Open House This Thursday–the last of three open houses for the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda Open House Details: Thursday, December 4 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. Olympic View Elementary School 504 NE 95th St.  “This is a chance to talk with City staff about density, housing types, locating new housing, what growth looks like, […]

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 […]