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SR99 Restricted Until 2015–Starts April 22

This just in: “Mercer Corridor Project: SR 99 lane restrictions to start Monday, April 22; continue through Mercer Corridor project construction. FromDOT_Mercerinfo <> on Tues., Apr 9, 2013″ Dear SR 99 neighbors, As you may know, the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Mercer Corridor Project has been working since 2010 to convert Mercer Street to two-way […]

New Art on Fence Replaces Old Motel at Aurora Site

As Catholic Community Services begins construction of their new building at the old Thunderbird/Fremont Inn site on Aurora, artists invited by CCS and working with Urban Artworks have posted large paintings on the construction fence.   More photos here

Brighten up Aurora for the Summer with ArtWorks

Volunteers are needed to put more art in the neighborhood–Catholic Community Services, which will start construction on a new building at the site of the old Thunderbird Motel, will design and paint art panels to hang on the construction fence. The Fremont Arts Council has agreed to allow CCS to use the Powerhouse to paint […]

Fremont Mural Helps Urban Youth with Art

Urban ArtWorks employs young people working with artists to create murals all around Seattle. In Fremont, the 46th Street Mural was painted by an Urban ArtWorks crew and is listed on their site.  FNC is the fiscal agent for the 46th Street Mural’s creation and its ongoing stewardship.  

Thunderbird Coming Down at Last

This morning neighbors celebrated the coming demolition of the Thunderbird Motel (Fremont Inn) with a small gathering at the site.  The Seattle P-I has covered this story for a long time, and has more, including photos and quotes from Catholic Community Services, who will build low income housing at the site, and from Judge Ed […]

Demolition Celebration–Neighbors Invited 2-24 9:30 AM

Dear Fremont Neighbors, Catholic Housing Services is moving forward to demolish the old Thunderbird Motel in our effort to build 71 units of affordable housing.  The abatement work is underway now and should be done this week.  Once that work is complete it will be safe to demolish the existing structure. Please join us this […]

New Officials & New Buildings

Fremont will soon see a new Assistant City Attorney, Jana Jorgensen, who assigned to the North Precinct starting in February. We haven’t had this kind of help since the former Assistant City Attorney, Ed McKenna, now a judge, stepped down and the program’s federal funding ended. The Seattle Times has a full article about the […]

Catholic Community Services Building Up for Design Review

  On Jan. 30, 6:30 pm at BallardHigh School‘s library at 1418 NW 65th Street, the Director of DPD is convening the Design Review Board for an early design guidance generic cialis meeting concerning a four-story building with 71 residential units above 5,600 levitra online sq. ft. of commercial space. Existing motel–the Fremont Inn–to be […]

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Aurora Bridge Fence Project Update

From: “Phipps, Greg” WSDOT Communications Date: October 16, 2009 10:20:48 AM PDT Subject: SR 99 Aurora Bridge Fence project update Hello Fremont Neighborhood Council I am writing to update you on plans for constructing the SR 99 Aurora Bridge Fence project, and to ask if we can brief the council at an upcoming meeting. Last […]

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Seattle Times Headline Story on Aurora Problems

Read the complete story here: What is your reaction to this story?  How can Fremont residents make a difference? One way to get involved is by joining Fremont Aurora Wallingford Neighbors (FAWN) for their weekly block-watch walk and clean up every Thursday @ 8pm leaving from 40th and Whitman.  For more details email: