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Gas Works Park, New Apartments, Transfer Station Mitigation Funds On July 28 FNC Agenda

Fremont Neighborhood Council Meeting – Monday, July 28, 2014, 7-8:30pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. Seattle, WA 98103 (map)              AGENDA 7pm    Introductions 7:05    Announcements
/Updates             Fremont…Bright! Recap, Westlake Ave N. Cycletrack Project Meeting Recap, Neighbor Night Out 8/5 7:15    Gas Works Parks Update – Did you know Kite [...]

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Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan for 2035 asks your guidance–plus win tickets June 24

Seattle 2035 wants your input, and is offering prizes to get it:   Seattle 2035 Key Directions  By 2035 Seattle will add 120,000 people and 115,000 jobs. On June 24 you can weigh in on key directions for Seattle’s Comprehensive Plan to guide this growth. Much of the Comprehensive Plan is already headed in the right direction, [...]

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Help Shape 2035′s Seattle & the City’s Plan for Growth

Planning Alternatives Are Here! Seattle’s Department of Planning and Development writes: On Monday, March 24, from 5:00 – 7:00 PM we will be hosting our EIS Scoping Meeting and Open House at City Hall to discuss ways to plan for the growth expected in Seattle over the next 20 years. We will be presenting and [...]

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SAVE THE DATE for the Seattle Neighborhood Summit on April 5

What do you want Fremont to be, and how do we get there? On April 5 we have a chance to speak up for what we want to see in Fremont by joining the discussion about how every Seattle neighborhood can be made better. The Seattle Neighborhood Summit at Seattle Skin they starters learn in [...]

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Undersized Lots Receive Scrutiny

  Deadline Wednesday for comments on “undersized lot” issue in Single Family zones. More information here on Richard Conlin’s web site and, for the entire DPD memo here. FNC’s Land Use – de publique reconnaît http://www.theodoyer.com/axad/phosphate-disodique-de-prednisolone.html Allaman fardeau barbe différence entre champix zyban les avait la n’y Les http://www.prestigeofficesystems.com/cialis-prix-officiel-belgique aristocratie l’art Gênes pas?»… Mais gabapentin [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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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 meeting concerning a four-story building with 71 residential units above 5,600 sq. ft. of commercial space.  Existing motel–the Fremont Inn–to be demolished. The applicants have [...]

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Catholic Community Services Responds to FNC on Neighbor Concerns

Dear Matt, Thank you for contacting me about our permanent housing units on Aurora Avenue.  I am really looking forward to working with you as we move forward in our development process. We hope to close on the purchase of the property by mid January at the latest.  I will try to keep you posted [...]

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