Archive for January, 2012

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 […]

State of the Union Watch Party — Red Door Tonight

State of the Union Watch Party–You are invited by the 43rd District Democrats.  Tonight, 5:00pm until 8:00pm at the Red Door, 3401 Evanston Avenue N (in Fremont), Seattle, WA The 43rd District Democrats hold their big annual party to watch President Obama speak to the nation on the Red Door’s large projection TV (several other […]

Home torn down on 48th and Fremont

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BF Day parents to unveil design concepts for playground improvement

A group of parents from BF Day is leading a Community Workshop to review design concepts for improvements to the exterior of the school. When: February 2nd from 6-8pm Where: Library at BF Day More info: Parents at B.F. Day Elementary School are working to improve the exterior grounds of the school, which has dated facilities, […]


Agenda, Fremont Neighborhood Council meeting, Monday, January 23rd, 2012, Doric Lodge 92, 619 North 36th Street at 7:00 pm.   7:00       Welcome & Introductions  7:05        Announcements – BF Day playground project 7:10        Review and Approval of Outstanding Minutes                 Treasurer’s Report    7:15       Old Business 7:30       Reports from Committee Chairs Transportation Parks Lake Union District Council Land Use  […]

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 […]

Stay Warm Out There–Resources

City code says you must keep sidewalk in front of your property clear; sweep or shovel as soon as possible so it won’t compact and then ice up. Thanks to Fremont Emergency Preparedness Representative John Nordstrand for this list of resources for winter preparedness: General Preparedness Sites: Take Winter By Storm  Seattle Office of Emergency […]

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, […]