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FNC July 22 Meeting Features Candidate Debate–Shen & O’Brien

A briefing on the light rail study and a debate between Council candidates Mike O’Brien and Albert Shen fill the Fremont Neighborhood Council agenda for July 22.  (Scroll down for complete agenda and meeting details).  The format will not be a formal debate, but more of a presentation and Q&A.  It is as follows: each [...]

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You Can Meet the Candidates for Mayor & City Council Before You Get Your Ballot

Meet the candidates for mayor, with a focus on neighborhood issues June 26, 6-8 pm at City Hall, sponsored by the City Neighborhood Council to provide an in depth opportunity to see the candidates in action, see what they know, and learn their positions on important local issues.  For more information, see the attached flyer. CNC [...]

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FNC Honors Dic Selin; Sally Clark Featured Speaker at FNC Annual Meeting

Retiring FNC Board member Dic Selin will be honored Monday, April 22 at the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual General Meeting at Doric Temple #92, 619 N 36th in the center of Fremont. Seattle City Councilmember and President Sally Clark will speak. Refreshments at 6:30 and Clark’s speech at 7:00.  The meeting ends at 9:00 pm. [...]

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Sally Clark Featured Speaker at FNC Annual Meeting

Seattle City Councilmember and President Sally Clark will speak and retiring FNC Board member Dic Selin will be honored Monday, April 22 at the Fremont Neighborhood Council Annual General Meeting at Doric Temple #92, 619 N 36th in the center of Fremont.  Come for refreshments at 6:30 pm and the meeting from 7:00 to 9:00 [...]

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Ask the City Council to Support Stone34

The City Council will be holding public meetings to discuss proposed changes to the Living Building Pilot Project (LBPP). The changes, authored by the Seattle Department of Planning & Development, would extend the life of the program beyond the end of the year and add needed flexibility to encourage development of more deep green buildings, [...]

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Stone34 Passes Design Review…Next Steps

  Stone34 has been endorsed by FNC.  Their community outreach liaison Linda Mitchell writes, “The Design Review Board approved the Stone34 project at the end of March, finding that the project meets design guidelines and the goals of the Living Building Pilot Program. Thanks again to all who came to the many review meetings to [...]

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Would concentrating on “hot spots” help Fremont?

Would be interested in your comments on Councilmember Burgess’s approach to crime reduction. Mr. Burgess believes that “The SPD should ;shift away from the general policing of people’ and toward  concentration in neighborhoods where such crimes as petty theft, property damage, vandalism, car break-ins and street drug trafficking seem ‘persistent and intractable.’” The article continues, [...]

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