Jonah at the Stranger passed this on. Haller Lake Community Club has applied for a change in use to convert a single family house into institutional use and to do additional construction on the property for use by the Haller Lake Community Club. It is kind of interesting.
I understand that the Seattle Parks Department is aware that there is interest in considering a walking trail around Jackson Park Golf Course. I am still working to understand what the next steps would need to be to move forward, but will let you know when I learn this.
There has been a good deal of interest in holding a summer social event in Pinehurst. Thoughts are of holding it at Pinehurst Playfield/Shelterhouse in July or August on a week night or on a weekend afternoon.
If you are interested in helping with this (there are many ways in which you could help), please […]
Are you considering a home remodel or considering building a new home? Have you been thinking about how you could do it green?
The City of Seattle has some valuable resources that you can find through the DPD Green Building Program.
Visit the website at: http://www.seattle.gov/dpd/GreenBuilding/SingleFamilyResidential/Homeowners/default.asp
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Debera Carlton Harrell wrote an article that is published in today’s Seattle PI on the Pinehurst Green Safeway:
‘Green’ Safeway wins over Pinehurst
Jeanne Gleason asked me to pass on that Tent City #3, which is at St. George Episcopal Church (2212 NE 125th St NE) through December 29th, would be very grateful for any of the following donations:
D and AA batteries flashlights blankets and sleeping bags gloves socks juice (orange and apple) instant oatmeal for […]
Seattle Parks Department is beginning the planning process for a new park that will be located at 5th Ave NE and 112th where the Park and Ride is currently. The first community meeting to discuss the park will be held in February 2008.
If you are interested in this project and would like to make […]
Zillow updated their definitions of neighborhoods in Seattle and now recognizes Pinehurst as a neighborhood. Previously, Zillow had lumped Victory Heights, Maple Leaf, Pinehurst and other neighborhoods together. Check out Zillow’s Pinehurst information at: http://www.zillow.com/real-estate/WA-Seattle/Pinehurst. Thanks, Zillow.
Pinehurst Planning and Development Group is a group open to all interested Pinehurst residents. The mission of the group is to help to make Pinehurst an even more vibrant and walkable community.
Some of our issues include 1) influencing developers to build more pedestrian friendly buildings that have attractive designs and green building elements; 2) […]
I have told a few folks about Greendrinks, a social networking group for Seattle’s environmental community.
Greendrinks meets at various locations in Seattle on the second Tuesday of each month. Check their website for details on their upcoming meetings and other upcoming events that may also be of interest.