Mayor McGinn To Visit the Ravenna-Bryant Neighborhood to Discuss NE 65th Street

The mayor is coming to hear from those around NE 65th Street about concerns over a conceptual cycle track within the Draft Bicycle Master Plan. . . . → Read More: Mayor McGinn To Visit the Ravenna-Bryant Neighborhood to Discuss NE 65th Street

Mayor McGinn Hosting Town Hall on Saturday, December 1st

The Mayor is coming to Ravenna to tour the neighborhood and host a town hall on Saturday, from 10AM-12PM. The town hall will be at Ravenna-Eckstein from 11AM-12PM. . . . → Read More: Mayor McGinn Hosting Town Hall on Saturday, December 1st

City Council Wants to Hear About Your Priorities Ahead of Budget

Fill out the City Council’s survey, send them a quick email, give them a call, or voice your thoughts at an upcoming public hearing on the priorities of city government. . . . → Read More: City Council Wants to Hear About Your Priorities Ahead of Budget

Mayor McGinn Visits Wedgwood

Mayor McGinn and City staff toured 35th Ave NE and hosted a town hall in Wedgwood. Now with video and photos from his Wedgwood visit. . . . → Read More: Mayor McGinn Visits Wedgwood

Mayor McGinn Hosting Town Hall Meeting in Wedgwood – March 10th

The mayor of our fine city will be hosting a town hall meeting on Saturday, March 10th from 11AM – 12PM at Wedgwood Presbyterian Church. . . . → Read More: Mayor McGinn Hosting Town Hall Meeting in Wedgwood – March 10th

Strategic Development Planning Workshop for Magnuson Park – Take Part on Saturday, Feb. 11th

Come out Saturday, Feb 11th from 8:30AM to 1PM, to help guide the City’s strategic development planning for Magnuson Park. . . . → Read More: Strategic Development Planning Workshop for Magnuson Park – Take Part on Saturday, Feb. 11th

Town Hall with Mayor McGinn on Tuesday, Nov. 1st

Town hall at Nathan Hale High School from 5:30-8PM. Q&A with Mayor McGinn from 6:40-8PM. . . . → Read More: Town Hall with Mayor McGinn on Tuesday, Nov. 1st

WCC Decides Not to Sue the City Regarding Pandora’s Adult Cabaret

On Monday, the Wedgwood Community Council trustees discussed the possibility of suing the City over its permit issuance to the Pandora Adult Cabaret for the former Seven Seas Restaurant.  As you may be aware, this has been an issue that the WCC has been working on closely with the Maple Leaf Community Council, Ravenna-Bryant . . . → Read More: WCC Decides Not to Sue the City Regarding Pandora’s Adult Cabaret

WE CAN Safety Project is Awarded a Small & Simple Projects Grant

On the heels of receiving bad news about the Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) Small & Simple Grant application submitted for designing new Wedgwood Park, the other grant submitted by WCC Trustee/Echo Editor and soon-to-be Wedgwood Elementary PTA President, Katie Traverse, appears to have been awarded its $20,000 grant contingent on modifications.  You may recall . . . → Read More: WE CAN Safety Project is Awarded a Small & Simple Projects Grant

The City Responds to our Contention to Pandora’s Adult Cabaret

As we’ve detailed in several earlier posts (here and here), the Wedgwood Community Council, Maple Leaf Community Council, and Stratford at Maple Leaf co-signed a letter to the City contesting the permit issued for a new adult cabaret along Lake City Way on the western edge of Wedgwood.  Following our letter of contention, members . . . → Read More: The City Responds to our Contention to Pandora’s Adult Cabaret