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Special Election

Ballots are coming in the mail for the King County Special Election, with voting due by Tuesday, April 28.  Watch for your ballot and be encouraged — you can do this!  There is only one item to vote for!

You may put a stamp on your return envelope and mail in your ballot, or find a list of drop-off locations on the King County Elections page.  There is a drop box at the King County Administration Building on the plaza, Fourth Avenue side.  There will be a mobile ballot-drop van during the daytime on Saturday, April 25, Monday & Tuesday April 27 & 28 at Magnuson Park (nearest to The Brig) and at Red Square on the University of Washington campus.

Watch Out for May Day

May Day (Friday, May 1st) is traditionally a day to honor workers.  In the past three years May Day has featured protests against social injustice, with demonstrations and marches which deteriorated into vandalism and civil disorder in downtown Seattle.

In hearings before City Council in 2014, it was said that people of Seattle should be able to express concerns for justice, but that those who are just looking for an opportunity to do vandalism and looting should not be given an advantage on May Day.  It is advised that you plan ahead for safety on May Day if you work or shop in downtown Seattle or pass through on bus connections.

District 5 Candidate Forum on May 18th

If you live in Wedgwood north of NE 85th Street, you are in District 5 for the new way of electing people to Seattle City Council.  Get ready for the elections this fall by hearing the candidates.  The Meadowbrook Community Council, in association with the Lake City Neighborhood Alliance and North District Council invite you to attend a Candidate Forum for City Council District 5:

Monday, May 18, 2015
7 to 8:30 PM

Doors open at 6 PM

Jane Addams Middle School Auditorium
11051 34th Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125

These are the candidates for Seattle City Council District 5:

Learn about their background and experience, ask them questions, grade them, and challenge them to be transparent. You will be given the opportunity to submit discussion questions prior to the start time of the meeting.

Free Emergency Prep Starter Kits

Free Emergency Prep kits for those who come to Wednesday’s Safety and Security Symposium . . . → Read More: Free Emergency Prep Starter Kits

Is Wedgwood Safe?

Attend the Safety Symposium for Wedgwood on Wednesday evening. . . . → Read More: Is Wedgwood Safe?

Music of the Romantic Era

Free concert on Saturday afternoon, April 25. . . . → Read More: Music of the Romantic Era

Plant Sale Fundraiser at Seattle Children’s

Friday through Sunday, April 17 to 19. . . . → Read More: Plant Sale Fundraiser at Seattle Children’s

Safety Symposium for Wedgwood on April 22nd

at 7 PM on Wednesday — note the new meeting location. . . . → Read More: Safety Symposium for Wedgwood on April 22nd

Practical Permaculture

Natural landscaping, edible gardening, and beauty. . . . → Read More: Practical Permaculture

Recycle Old Electronics

Saturday, April 11th, at CenturyLink Field. . . . → Read More: Recycle Old Electronics