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Open Invite to the Fremont Neighborhood Council’s Annual Meeting

By Cara · April 22nd, 2015 · No Comments

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The Fremont Neighborhood Council invites Fremonsters to the organization’s Annual General Meeting on Monday April 27th from 7-8:30pm at Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St. The FNC is a chartered organization that promotes the interests of Fremont residents. Find more news from the FNC here.

YOU ARE INVITED!

Please join us for our Annual General Meeting April 18!

Our special guest is Scott Kubly, Director of the Seattle Department of Transportation.  Scott is former deputy commissioner of the City of Chicago Department of Transportation and former associate director of the District of Columbia Department of Transportation.  He came on as Director of SDOT in July of 2014.  Hear Scott’s vision for Seattle’s transportation future and bring your Fremont-related transportation questions to our meeting.  More info about Scott can be found here.

NEXT MEETING:  

Monday, May 18, 2014, 7pm, Doric Temple, 619 N. 36th St.

Join/Renew your membership with the
Fremont Neighborhood Council!

You can now renew your membership online atwww.fremontneighborhoodcouncil.org. It’s quick and easy, please take a moment and show your support for your neighborhood!

Fremont Neighborhood Council
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3518 Fremont Ave. N, #111, Seattle, WA 98103
Questions?  Email: fremont.neighborhood.council@gmail.com

Editor’s Note:

Hello Fremonsters! You may have noticed that Fremont Universe is making an effort to feature more stories about neighborhood development. Fremont is growing and changing along with the greater Seattle area and we are all a part of this transition!

It is overwhelming and often confusing to follow changes in the neighborhood such as new construction, city regulations, and neighborhood meetings. Our aim is to help keep you all informed about these changes and opportunities to participate and engage.

Fremont has long stood out for residents’ activism and participation. You can see the results of these efforts each June during Solstice, every time you past Lenin, the Rocket, the Troll, and more. If you are not familiar with organizations such as the Fremont Neighborhood Council I encourage you to learn more, keep an eye on neighborhood news posted here, and come be part of Fremont’s transition.

Thanks for reading!

– Cara

Editor, Fremont Universe

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