Sunday Clean Up

Taking a Break in November

Thank you to all who have helped clean up the neighborhood on Sundays with LCFF over the last many months.

Clean and Safe co chairs Annie and Annette will not be able to lead this over the next month due to family needs.
We are putting the Sunday ‘Clean and Safe’  garbage pick up on pause until December 11th.
See you then!

Next Community Conversation

Planning and Development In Lake City

November 9th – 6:30 to 8:30 PM

Lake City Community Center

Please join us for a Community Conversations event about the Lake City Urban Core.

We will be discussing the LIHI proposed housing project, Festival Street, walkability, openspace, and how all this fits into the Lake City Vision.

View flyer here: Conversation Flyer

Presentations with Q&A after will include:

  • LIHI – a presentation by the architects for the proposed Low Income Housing Institute’s Lake City Housing Development at 12705 30th Avenue NE, at the corner of 30th NE and NE 127th Street…..a great time to give them feedback about design!!!!!
  • LCFF Planning and Development Committee……Learn about community efforts to establish a vision for development in our community and how we are working with the city to create new Development Guidelines
  • OPCD/SDOT – Festival Street on 28th Avenue NE……an opportunity for enlivening our farmers market and a place for public gathering….similar to Pike Place Market!!!
  • LCNA Openspace Committee…..A new Community Center?!!!!

Continue reading “Next Community Conversation”

Save the Beach Update

November 4th – King County Superior Court

Guest Contributor – Dave Pope

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The King County Superior Court has scheduled a trial on April 10, 2017 to determine a fair price to pay for the property, but first the court will hear oral argument to determine whether the eminent domain proceedings are “for public use” and “necessary”. This is a critical hearing which will be heard by Judge Doyle in King County Superior Court on Friday, November 4th, 2016 at 10:00am. Please consider attending to show your support. Continue reading “Save the Beach Update”

Sunday Clean Up

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Please, Please, Please Join the Effort

When: Sunday October 9th, 5-6pm
Where: Lake City mini park Ne 125th and LCW, SW corner
What: Clean Up for an Hour (1 Hour!)
How: We have bags, grabbers, gloves and buckets.
Why: Good for You and Good for Lake City
Remember when we wear our green ‘Something is happening in Lake City’ t shirts(I will have a few extra to hand out on Sunday) all are welcome to get a super deal at Hellbent, a $1 pint of beer after clean up.