The Northgate Rezone EIS has been finalized and published online. It doesn’t contain substantially much over the previously released draft EIS.
Also, the Northgate Stakeholders group has concluded. The representatives from the business communities and from the neighborhood communities were unable to come to a consensus regarding whether the rezone should be a single legislative [...]
The Pinehurst Community Council will he holding its first meeting of the year on January 25th from 7:00PM to 8:30PM at Amante Pizza, 12319 Roosevelt Way NE.
Quick neighborhood updates Sidewalk on 115th Pinehurst Playground shelterhouse renovation Jackson Park Trail Northgate stakeholders/rezone Grant for Eritrean church community meeting space North Precinct Advisory Council [...]
Northgate Stakeholders Group will be meeting Monday, November 23rd from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. in Room ED2843A at North Seattle Community College to review and discuss work on the urban design plan for the area along NE Northgate Way.
I will post more details when they are available.
Pinehurst Community MeetingMonday, October 26th7 to 8:30 PMAmante Pizza12319 Roosevelt Way NE
7 – 7:30 – Paul Fischburg: Northgate Rezone and Urban Design Framework7:30 – 8 – Pinehurst Community Council Elections8 – 8:30 – Lorna Mrachek: Pinehurst Playfield Shelterhouse Project
Questions: Garth Ferber, 440-8289 or email@example.com
Seattle City Council held a briefing on Northgate Planning efforts this Monday, August 10th. Watch the briefing on the Seattle Channel here. Discussion starts at 72.18.
The following was sent to members of the Northgate Stakeholders Group. Lorna Mracheck is the representative from Pinehurst and I am her alternate. I am posting this here because I know many in the neighborhood are very interested in the progress of the proposed Northgate rezone. Please feel free to contact Lorna or me if [...]
From an e-mail sent late Friday from Paul Fischburg to the Northgate Stakeholder’s Group:
Dear Northgate Stakeholder,
It’s been a while since our last correspondence so I wanted to give you a brief update, primarily about our rezone and urban design framework.
First the good news: We have a scheduled a date with the Mayor [...]
There is an article on the opening of Thornton Place and the potential rezone and future redevelopment at Northgate in the Seattle Times today. Read the article here.
Minutes from the November 18th Northgate Stakeholders Group Meeting on the proposed Northgate Urban Design Framework are available here.
John Lombard of Thornton Creek Alliance and Paul Fischburg, Senior Policy Advisor with the City of Seattle Office of Policy and Management
Pinehurst neighbors Sylvia Scott, her son Porter, and Stephen Debois
Mark Troxel from Department of Planning and Development and our translators Mohamed Khalif (Somali), Zubeda Adem (Tigrinya), Abdu Issa (Amharic)
Stephen Antupit and [...]