On Monday, October 27th, the Fremont Neighborhood Council welcomes all residents – and anyone – interested in learning more about Fremont’s residential concerns. The monthly meeting will be held at Doric Lodge #92 at 7p, and is open to the public.
The agenda, set by FNC Board Acting President Toby Thaler, includes a report by Hung Huynh of the Washington Department of Transportation on the plan to repaint the Aurora Bridge. Also, Tim Croll, of the Seattle Public Utilities, will attend this meeting to discuss a legal agreement made between the City of Seattle and neighbors, including the FNC, regarding development of the North Seattle Transfer Station.
During the meeting, the FNC Board of Directors will also discuss whether to pursue filing for 501(c)3 non-profit status for the organization, and whether or not to grant money to the further maintenance of the 46th Street Mural.
To hear these discussions, or FNC committee reports, attend the meeting on October 27th at Doric Lodge #92, starting at 7p. Also, find out more about the FNC through the Facebook page, or consider joining, through the FNC website.