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Treehouse Coffee breakfast and coffee specials this weekend (November 28-29)

From Michele:

We are officially full speed ahead towards the holidays with yard waste bins full of leaves and tomato plants that served us well. We’ve a number of holiday tastes for the upcoming month so stop in for a Caramel Apple hot cider or Egg Nog Chai– one of my favorites!

This weekend’s […]

Petition for NE 115th St Sidewalk

Here’s how you can help to get a sidewalk on NE 115th St:

Visit the page for the NE 115th St Sidewalk project. Sign the petition and forward it to others who may be interested. Please print the PDF of the petition and post it in your business, apartment building, etc. If you do so, […]

Sidewalks (and the need for funding)

This coming Wednesday, December 2nd, North District Council will be hearing sidewalk proposals from neighbors in Cedar Park, Jackson Park, Lake City, Maple Leaf, Meadowbrook, Olympic Hills, Pinehurst and Victory Heights. There are over 20 projects that neighbors have submitted for funding consideration. Each neighborhood has picked their top one to three projects. The council […]

Free Fraud Prevention Class for Seniors December 2

The Attorney General’s office presents this free Fraud Protection program for people over the age of 50 who account for over half of all victims. Become familiar with some of the more common scams, how they operate and how to protect yourselves and those you love.

Location: Northgate Community Center #45060 12/2 Wednesday 11 a.m. […]

Magnuson Park Advisory Committee Citizen Participation Invitation

From: Walls, Susan Date: Wed, Nov 25, 2009 at 2:32 PM Subject: FW: MPAC Citizen Participation Invitation

The Magnuson Park Community Communications Committee (MPCCC) is in the process of being restructured as an advisory committee. Two new committee members are to be appointed by Superintendent Tim Gallagher; one representing environmental interests and the other, sports […]

More car prowl prevention advice

Jonah at SeattleCrime.com has a post up about the increase in car prowls this time of year and has some good prevention suggestions.

Jonah should know. He lives close to Northgate and was, unfortunately, recently a car prowl victim.

How the City Spends Our Money

City Council Member Tim Burgess sent out a newsletter last week that contains an interesting bar chart showing the city general fund broken down by line item. Look at it here:

http://www.seattle.gov/council/Burgess/news/0911.htm

The biggest chunk by far is for Public Safety: police, fire, law, municipal court!

Tent City3 needs batteries, blankets, and gloves

From Rev. Deacon Mary Gould at St. George Church:

It is wet and cold outside. Tent City3 needs batteries, blankets, and gloves.

In addition they are in need of tents, tent parts, and tent repair supplies. If you have anything tent-like laying around not in use anymore, please consider donating it to Tent City […]

Do you have children in 4th grade or younger?

If so, please consider taking this survey for parents in the newly drawn Eckstein Middle School attendance area. All Pinehurst families are in the Eckstein Middle School attendance area.

Jillian Graham Band is playing at Laughing Ladies Cafe in Shoreline – December 12th

The Jillian Graham Band (who played this year at Pinehurstfest) is playing at Laughing Ladies Cafe in Shoreline WA.

December 12th 7:30- 9:30pm

Laughing Ladies Cafe 17551 15th Ave. NE Shoreline, WA 98155 Phone (206) 362-2026

Located in the heart of Shoreline, the Laughing Ladies Cafe is a gathering place for students and professionals. Laughing […]