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2019 QUALIFIED HEALTH PLAN
ENROLLMENT ENDS DEC 15Th
The North Seattle Family Resource Center Can Help You Enroll!
1. Complete your www.wahealthplanfinder.org application with a Certified Health Navigator by phone or schedule an appointment at our center:
North Seattle Family Resource Center 2611 NE 125th St. Suite 145, Seattle WA 98125
2. Learn if you qualify for tax credits/discount on your monthly premium.
3. Select plan and make binding payment by December 15th.
*If you or your household members qualify for Apple Health/Medicaid you can enroll at any time of the year. We can help you update and renew your application.
Call us today to learn more! 206-364-7930, Spanish 206-492-9747
Saludos, vecinos de Lake City,
Somos Blue Fern Development, LLC y nos complace proponerles la construcción de un nuevo complejo de townhomes en su vecindario, ubicada en 3009 NE 130th St. Seattle, WA 98125.
La descripción breve del proyecto propone la demolición de un edificio comercial existente y la construcción de 8 unidades de 3 pisos para la venta. Para más información sobre el proyecto, por favor visite el Portal de Servicios de Seattle, número de registro 3032783-EG y vea el folleto adjunto.
Como somos nuevos en el área de Lake City, nos gustaría escuchar sus opiniones sobre qué es lo que hace que esta zona sea tan especial y cómo podemos contribuir a esa perspectiva. Agradecemos cualquier comentario sobre la propuesta de proyecto, así como los valores y objetivos de la comunidad. Como una oportunidad para proporcionar retroalimentación, hemos programado una sesión presencial para que el público pueda formular cualquier pregunta o comentario que pueda tener con respecto a la propuesta, los detalles se indican a continuación:
Hora y fecha: Diciembre 11, de 6-7:30 PM
Ubicación: Centro Comunitario de Lake City
12531 28th Ave NE – Seattle, WA 98125
Continue reading “Nuevo desarrollo en 130th NE”
Below from Evan Mann on behalf of Blue Fern Development
“Hello Lake City Neighbors,
We are Blue Fern Development, LLC and we are excited to propose a new town-home development in your neighborhood, located at 3009 NE 130th St. Seattle, WA 98125.
A brief description of the project proposes the demolition of an existing commercial building and construction of 8 for-sale 3-story town-home units. For additional information on the project, please visit the Seattle Services Portal, record number 3032783-EG and see the attached flyer.
As we our new to the Lake City area, we would love to hear from you about what you feel makes this area unique and how we can contribute to that vision. We welcome any feedback on the project proposal as well as the values and goals of the community. As an opportunity to provide feedback, we have scheduled an in-person drop-in session for the public to bring any questions or comments they may have surrounding the proposal, details provided below:
Time and Date: December 11, from 6-7:30 PM
Location: Lake City Community Center
12531 28th Ave NE – Seattle, WA 98125
If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at email@example.com.
Please encourage those within your community or organization to drop by if they are interested, we look forward to meeting all of you in person.
Evan Mann (on behalf of Blue Fern Development, LLC)
Note: Any information collected by Blue Fern Development, LLC during the community outreach process may submitted to the City of Seattle and made public pursuant to the Washington Public Records Act.”
From the Offices of Debora Juarez
“In the nearly two months since Mayor Durkan delivered her proposed budget to the city council on September 24th, 2018, I have worked every day fighting for funding for crucial projects in District 5. As part of my commitment to bring City Hall to you, I worked with the D5 Community Network to put on an in-depth Budget Forum with the head of the City Budget Office, Ben Noble, and the Director of the City Council’s Central Staff, Kirstan Arestad. I met with countless constituents and community organizations and my office read thousands of your emails in order to hear your needs and ensure that the City Council not only listened, but responded.
The following budget items are ones that I championed and worked with other council members to include in the final budget that was passed on November 19th, 2018:
Building District 5
$8 million for replacing the Lake City Community Center, bringing the total amount of dedicated funding for a brand new building to $16 million.
Continue reading “Budget Wins for D5”