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Gross Roots Council Continue

Grass Roots Councils Continue Many of you know that a previous mayor discontinued support of the 13 Neighborhood District Councils. Created in the 1980s to foster more citizen input into the operation of our city and neighborhoods. Yes, these district councils desperately needed support in digital outreach, language translation and more. Cutting these established grass-roots […]

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Magnolia Manor Park Update – August 2017

Please join the Friends of Magnolia Manor Park for a Community Celebration and Grand Opening!! The long-delayed Opportunity Project is finally complete!! Yes!! Walk the reservoir path! Celebrate our newly-opened green park space! When: Sunday, August 13, 2:00 PM-4:00 PM Park Address: 3500 28th Ave West There will be refreshments, neighbors, key folks involved in […]

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The city is proposing the development of the For Lawton Army Reserve property.

The city is proposing the development of the For Lawton Army Reserve property.  this is how you can get involved, and provide input First Public Meeting: A public meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 19, 6:30-8:30 pm at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center (5011 Bernie Whitebear Way). Join the City of Seattle Office of Housing, Seattle Parks and Recreation, and […]

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Magnolia Manor Park Update – March/April 2017

The Friends of Magnolia Manor Park (FMMP) has applied for a Neighborhood Matching Fund grant!! The purpose is to develop the northern portion of the park. Approved in the previous Opportunity Fund project but not funded, this project will move the fence in the NE corner about ten feet to the east. This amazing view spot will […]

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Magnolia Manor Park Update March 2017

Magnolia Manor Park Update February 2017 Great news! The Friends of Magnolia Manor Park (FMMP) will be applying for a Neighborhood Matching Fund (NMF) grant! The purpose? To secure more design suggestions for the north part of the park. This might include an update for the concrete patio area, moving the NE fence corner further […]

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We’re having a party, and you are all invited!

It’s a work party – we’ll plant some shrubs near the OLA, spread chips in the OLA, and generally clean up the front plaza area.  Bring gloves, we have tools.  We’ll serve soup at noon. Date: Sunday 12th February Time: 10 am – 2 pm Location: Magnolia Manor Park, 28th Ave West It seems as […]

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Help us Expand the Harvest to Queen Anne & Magnolia

In 2017, City Fruit hopes to expand the annual harvest effort to Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhoods! But, we need your help!  We are looking for neighborhood residents, tree owners, businesses, community organizations, and others interested in the annual harvest to serve on an Advisory Committee. This committee will help develop ideas for registering new […]

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Magnolia Manor Park Happy Holidays!

We wish you Love and Peace in this Holiday Season and Good Fortune in the Coming Year The fences are still up at Manor Park to protect the new hydroseeded areas. Parks will put in the buffer plantings on the south west boundary when it warms up a little – too cold right now for […]

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Special Meeting MQDC – August 15th, United Church of Christ 7-9PM

Representing Queen Anne and Magnolia neighborhood organizations. Special Meeting: Monday, August 15, 7-9 PM Mayor’s Executive Order and Future Directions for our District Council United Church of Christ (Pilgrim Hall) 3555 W McGraw St. Volunteers in Magnolia, Queen Anne and Uptown have for many years worked through their District Council to improve their neighborhoods. Our […]

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MAGNOLIA MANOR PARK UPDATE

Steering Committee Meetings: The Friends of Magnolia Manor Park (Steering Committee) meets monthly or as needed. These meetings are open to the public. If you wish to attend, email info@MagnoliaManorPark.org for the meeting location. Opportunity Fund Project: The project is still on track for 2016. Contractors visited the park, submitted bids and Parks chose a […]

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