Monthly Archives: October 2013

Open House on a Framework for Uptown’s Future Nov. 7th

Our neighbors to the north (Uptown, not Canada) are having an open house on the future of that neighborhood next week. Do you like to visit the Seattle Center or patronize the businesses in Uptown? You should plan on attending

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Sound Transit looking for feedback on Long Range Plan

Sound Transit needs your help deciding where regional transit services could expand after current voter-approved projects are complete in 2023. An important process getting underway today to update the region’s Long-Range Plan will provide the vision for transit expansions many

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Linking Belltown to Seattle’s New Waterfront – Thank You!

Thank you to everyone who attended the Let’s Connect: Linking Belltown to Seattle’s New Waterfront event on October 17. Your ideas, questions and enthusiasm for the future of Belltown will continue to shape the design going forward.We also wanted to

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Seattle Public Schools seeking feedback on latest draft of revised attendance area boundaries

The Seattle Public Schools have released a new draft of revised attendance area boundaries. No children who live west of I-5 will attend Bailey Gatzert under this plan. Instead, Lowell Elementary on Capitol Hill will serve Capitol Hill, First Hill, South

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Community Police Commission invites community input on proposed reforms

The Community Police Commission (CPC) needs your help to create a stronger, safer and more connected community. On September 20, the CPC issued draft policy recommendations for public review. These recommendations are in the areas of bias-free policing, stops and

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Seattle Department of Neighborhoods 25th Anniversary Celebration

You and your family are invited to an evening of celebration and entertainment in appreciation of our friends, colleagues, and volunteers over the past 25+ years. DATE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 2013 TIME 5:30 – 8:30 P.M. PLACE MUSEUM OF HISTORY

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Public Meeting on Belltown-Waterfront Connections on October 17

Waterfront Seattle will transform Seattle’s central waterfront and bring new connections to Belltown. From a new surface street connecting to the waterfront, to completing Bell Street and new public open spaces, the City will share an overview of improvements planned

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