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North End Neighbors Question officials about local property crime wave

On November 18, Loyal Heights residents and other from Seattle’s North End met with SPD and City Council about crime in their communities.KIRO-TV aired this story. but much more was said. A standing-room only crowd packed into a room at Loyal Heights Community Center to hear from officers and civilian employees of the Seattle […]


On July 17, fire sirens screamed through Upper Fremont as they answered a call at Patrick Place Apartments (PPA) where a pan had been left on a stove while a resident went down one flight to check his mail.  When Patrick Place decided to go ahead with their plan to host the Fremont Bright!! celebration […]

Volunteer Sue Peters brushes dust off a mural column, August 11, 2013 
Photo by Debbie Bell

FAWN & 46th Street Mural Project Hold Neighborhood Clean-ups–Thank You!!

FNC President Stephanie Pure, 46th Street mural project steering committee members Craig van den Bosch, Debbie Bell, Eric Wahl and Linda Clifton, joined by Fremont neighbors Lars Larsen, David Bair and  school board candidate Sue Peters, weed-whacked, swept up debris, raked leaves, and scrubbed grime off the 46th Street mural Sunday morning for the mural’s […]

Two Clean-Ups this Weekend–Can You Help?

You’re invited to help with two neighborhood clean-ups this weekend. Saturday, August 10: Neighborhood group FAWN writes, “Please join your neighbors for a cleanup of Aurora Ave this coming Saturday, August 10, at 11 a.m. We’ll meet at the northwest corner of 41st street and Aurora, at the foot bridge. We have a limited number […]

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 […]

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 […]