Tuesday, September 20, 2011
All residents of Queen Anne are eligible to vote.
Monday, September 12, 2011
Monday, September 19th
Queen Anne Manor
100 Crockett Street
In the main Dining Room
Joe Geivett of Emerald Bay Equity will give an update on development proposal for the Metropolitan Market site at 1900 Queen Anne Ave. N. This presentation is rescheduled from our July meeting.
Via Architecture and Aegis Senior Living will present a proposal for a development at 3rd Ave. W. and W. Galer which will contain street level retail and two or three additional levels of senior housing. This project is going to Design Review in October.
Chair, QACC LURC/Planning
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From: Community Solar <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2011 15:53:52 -0700
Subject: Seattle City Light's Community Solar project! Learn more, Sign up
Hello! My name is Sheila Stickel and I am the Outreach Director for Seattle City Light's Community Solar project. I am writing this quick note to groups and organizations who might be interested in this landmark project. Any customer of Seattle City Light can enroll. We have limited slots available, but need to fill them this Fall in order to maximize the ability to start another solar project this year.
I am also available to speak to your group or business any time this Fall to present the Community Solar information, live and in person. If you are interested in a personal presentation, just reply to this email and we can set up a time. If you have questions about the project or solar energy, please call Jack (206) 684-3954 (translation services available).
Outreach Director Seattle Community Solar project
Thursday, September 8, 2011
Seattle – Is your Neighborhood Prepared for a Disaster?
Apply to the Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF)
for funding to help get your neighborhood ready
for a disaster or emergency
Small and Simple Fund Application Deadline is October 17, 2011
Come to a workshop and learn:
· How to use the NMF* to help you organize your neighborhood
· About resources available for preparedness training and supplies
· How to develop a competitive proposal for any NMF eligible project
Potential applicants are encouraged to attend one of the following workshops:
Ø Tuesday, September 13 from 6-8 p.m. at the Ballard Library (5614 22nd Ave NW)
Ø Thursday, September 15 from 6-8 p.m. at the 2100 Building (2100 24th Ave S)
Interpreters available upon request by calling (206) 233-0093.
Neighborhood Matching Fund
PHONE: (206) 233-0093
Seattle Office of Emergency Management
PHONE: (206) 233-5076
* Deadline for Small and Simple Projects Fund is October 17. Small Sparks Fund is available year-round.
Both funds are available for any NMF eligible project type.
Seattle Department of Neighborhoods
Neighborhood District Coordinator
"Connecting people, communities, and government"
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(206) 283-0664 - home
(206) 310-3448 - cell
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Thursday, September 1, 2011
Shopping at either Met Market helps QA. Don't forget your bags.
It was nice to see you last week. I saw your email spreading the word about Met Market's support of Picture Perfect QA. Their Uptown store is supporting FOLKpark with the same Nickles of Neighborhood program. It's great to have such strong local support. The same deal - every time you come into the Uptown store with a reusable bag they contribute 5 cents to the park. They were also wonderful about letting us set up tables to sell Happy Hour on the Hill tickets. Best,
Chair, FOLKpark Steering Committee
"The purpose of the steering committee is to support the renewal of Lower Kinnear Park as a sustainable urban forest that links us to its heritage, natural setting and our greater community."
"Someone's sitting in the shade today because someone planted a tree a long time ago."
- Warren Buffett
- Charles Bookman
- Charles Costigan
- Chris Grekoff
- Dave Flowers
- Don Harper
- Ellen Monrad - Chair - email@example.com
- Glenn Avery - Vice-Chair
- Jeffrey Kratz
- Jim Smith
- John Coney
- Margaret Okamoto - Treasurer
- Mark Ostrow
- Marty Kaplan
- Mary Cole
- Michael Crow
- Mike Warren
- Nancy Wood
- Robert Kettle
- Scot Baker
- Sharon LeVine
- Wayne Winder - Secretary