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CC the cat is missing from Greenwood

April 27th, 2015 by Doree

A cat named CC was last seen in the 100 block of NW 101st Street on April 22.


If anyone has seen him, please call Doug or Judy at 206-789-0489.

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Volunteers work on two Greenwood-Phinney homes for Rebuilding Together Seattle’s 25th anniversary

April 27th, 2015 by Doree

Dozens of volunteers from Rebuilding Together Seattle spent Saturday working on two homes in our neighborhood, while a total of 1,000 volunteers helped restore 25 homes and nonprofit agency’s buildings throughout the greater Seattle area.

These volunteers worked on the Phinney Ridge home of Patrick Brown, making it disability-accessible by converting a bathtub to a walk-in shower, replacing windows, installing a ramp and replacing outlets.


Other volunteers worked on the Greenwood home of Marita Wottke and her son, Danny, by repairing leaks, re-hanging a door, installing smoke detectors, and building a ramp to the front door.

This is the 25th anniversary of Rebuilding Together Seattle.

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Phinney Ridge Community Council looking for new Board members

April 27th, 2015 by Doree

Phinney Ridge Community Council is looking for new Board members, to be elected at its May 5 meeting.

The fifteen independent volunteers meet monthly to become further informed on things such as:

  • local zoning and implications on development in our neighborhood
  • participation and advocacy in government
  • how to network with local leaders and nearby community groups with similar issues and interests
  • participating in efforts to improve quality of life through recent presentations like the one from the National Wildlife Federation’s Backyard Habitat & Neighborhood Corridor program.

Board members serve two year terms and must live or own property between N. 46th & N. 75th and 8th NW & Aurora Ave N.

Email nominations to dduthweiler@comcast.net. Nominations will be accepted until 8 p.m. Tuesday, May 5.

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Seattle Police Department instituting ‘micro community policing plans’

April 27th, 2015 by Doree

The Seattle Police Department has announced it is instituting “micro community policing plans” to help it focus on the types of crimes most prevalent in each neighborhood. You can see the Micro Community Policing Summary for Phinney Ridge here, which lists the community’s priorities as burglaries, car prowls, graffiti, speeding vehicles and poor lighting. The Micro Community Policing Summary for Greenwood lists priorities as burglaries, car prowls, drugs in parks, car camping and prostitution.

No two neighborhoods are alike, nor are their safety priorities and concerns about crime. Recognizing this, the Micro Community Policing Plans are designed to put the department’s energy and resources into addressing the public safety issues that concern each community in Seattle.

As crime trends and patterns are identified, police precincts will continue to engage Seattle residents to develop solutions and refine enforcement strategies. Enhanced collaboration between the community and police will foster both trust and partnership to manage crime and quality of life issues together.

“These Micro Community Policing Plans recognize the uniqueness of Seattle’s neighborhoods and that our communities need more than a one-size-fits-all approach to public safety,” said Mayor Ed Murray.

“The Micro Community Policing Plans were created from the bottom up, with input from cops on the beat and people living and working in Seattle neighborhoods,” said Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole. “We’re always going to focus on serious crimes citywide. These plans address low level crime and quality of life issues unique to each neighborhood, giving the community a voice in the development of our policing strategy.”

Seattle University will conduct a process evaluation of the Micro Community Policing Plans. The plans will be evaluated on their impact on the nature and extent of crime, resident perceptions of crime, police-community interactions, and the overall implementation of the Micro Community Policing Initiative.

You can read the full announcement on the SPD Blotter.

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Theater, live music, run, gardening and lane closures in the neighborhood this weekend

April 24th, 2015 by Doree

Greenwood Meaningful Movies: “Fed Up” at 1 p.m. Friday at the Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N. 85th St.

This is closing weekend for Taproot Theatre’s “The Best of Enemies.”

TITLE Boxing Club, which plans to open at 112 N. 85th St. (behind Top Ten Toys and Bartell Drugs) on May 4, is hosting open houses from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Seattle Folklore Society presents Alba’s Edge with Neil Pearlman at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N. in the Brick Building. Tickets in advance are $16 general, $14 SFS/PNA members and seniors; kids half price (all tickets are $2 more at the door).

The product of a brother-sister collaboration between pianist Neil Pearlman and fiddler Lilly Pearlman, Alba’s Edge has been rapidly gaining attention for their blend of Celtic music with Jazz, Latin, and Funk styles. Over the past few years the quartet has played festivals and concerts around the US and toured Mexico through the U.S. Consulate in Guadalajara as ambassadors of American Celtic music.

Couth Buzzard Books, 8310 Greenwood Ave. N., presents a Pacific NW Folklore Society concert, Acoustic Harmonica Master Showcase, at 7:30 p.m. Friday; The Whateverly Brothers at 7:30 p.m. Saturday; and Open Jazz Jam with Kenny Mandell (all levels welcome) from 2-4 p.m. Sunday.

Ballard Preschool Co-op semi-annual Gently Used Kids Gear Sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the Phinney Center, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., in the Brick Building.

Art In Bloom garden art studio tour at several North Seattle sites, including Seymour Stained Glass Studio, 5415 Greenwood Ave. N., from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

InterConnection Electronics Recycling Event from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Christ the King Catholic School, 415 N. 117th St.

Kids’ Gardening Afternoon at Phinney Books, 7405 Greenwood Ave. N., from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, with local authors Katherine Pryor and Rick Swann.

Crayon Drive benefiting Seattle Children’s Hospital from 12:45-4 p.m. Sunday at the QFC on Holman Road.

Evan’s Family Variety Show from 3-4:30 p.m. Sunday at the Phinney Center in the Brick Building.

Washington State Department of Transportation maintenance crews will close multiple lanes of State Route 99/Aurora Avenue to repair a banging expansion joint on the bridge. Workers will close the two right lanes on the bridge from 6 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Sunday.

The Top Pot Doughnut Dash is on Sunday at Green Lake Park. More than 2,000 people are expected, so traffic and parking will be tough. The run begins at 8 a.m. near the Green Lake Community Center and basketball courts. Runners will go clockwise around the lake (including some parts on the street). Metro routes 26 and 48 will be rerouted off of East Green Lake Drive North during the run. Check Metro’s Service Advisories page for specific reroute information.

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Friends of the Seattle Public Library Book Sale May 2-3 at North Seattle College

April 23rd, 2015 by Doree

The Friends of the Seattle Public Library Book Sale will be on May 2-3 at North Seattle College, 9600 College Way N., just east of Greenwood and near Northgate Mall.

The book sale is from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, May 2, and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 3, in Room CC1161 and the old cafeteria, located in the College Center building. (Enter from the south side of the campus.) Free parking is available.

Items for sale will include fiction and nonfiction books for all ages, CDs, DVDs, audio books and collectible books. Items will sell for $1 to $3. All items will sell for half-price on Sunday. Attendees are encouraged to bring a reusable bag or wheeled suitcase for their purchases.

The Friends of The Seattle Public Library is a non-profit, grassroots organization dedicated to promoting the Library as an essential institution of our society. Friends volunteer members advocate, educate and raise funds on behalf of the Library, its patrons and the larger Seattle community.

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Biscuit the cat is missing from Phinney-Greenwood

April 22nd, 2015 by Doree

Ilga says her orange and white cat, named Biscuit, has been missing since early Tuesday morning from Greenwood Avenue and North 76th Street. He has stomach issues and needs medication.


He was wearing a purple collar with fake rhinestones and a magnet to get in and out of his cat door. He’s also chipped. She says he’s very shy but may be hissing because of his stomach issues.

If you’ve seen Biscuit, she says to call or text day or night: 206-707-3555.

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News roundup: Camp fair, transit survey, Neighborhood Matching Fund workshops, car break-in

April 21st, 2015 by Doree

Taproot Theatre will host a Camp Fair from 12-5 p.m. on Saturday, May 9, in its Stage Door Café, 208 N. 85th St., during the May Artwalk. Parents and children can learn more about various local organizations offering summer camps.

Greenwood resident Stefanie Malone is the executive director of National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) in Seattle. The Seattle Times interviewed Malone for an article about the festival on Sunday.

If you buy the Real Change newspaper from vendors around the neighborhood, you can now use your Android smartphone to pay for an e-version. Download Real Change’s new app, then scan the QR code on each vendors’ badge. Paper copies still cost $2; digital versions will cost $2.99, which includes a fee from digital content providers. Vendors will receive $1.49 from the sale of the digital version, and $1.40 from the sale of the paper version.

The City of Seattle is looking for input on its proposal for a $900 million levy to replace the existing $365 million Bridging the Gap levy that will expire at the end of this year. You can give your two cents in an online survey.

Metro Transit is conducting a survey about its services. You can take the survey in English, or Spanish.

The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods’ Neighborhood Matching Fund is hosting workshops for community groups interested in the Small and Simple Projects Fund, which provides matching awards of up to $25,000 for community-building projects. Each workshop includes an overview of the Neighborhood Matching Fund, the qualities of a good project, and the application process and requirements. To RSVP call 206-733-9916 or go online at www.surveymonkey.com/s/NMFWorkshop. The closest workshop to our neighborhood is from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, at Northgate Community Center, 10510 5th Ave NE, in the multipurpose room. The deadline for applications for the next round of funding is June 1.

Jessie says her car was broken into by the soccer fields at Green Lake last Saturday. Her red 2004 Chevy Tahoe with Idaho plates was parked just a few yards from the fields at Green Lake Way and 53rd Street. Around 3 p.m., someone broke the lock on the passenger door and stole a hidden denim blue canvas JPK purse with black leather handles and gold ornamentation, as well as an off-white canvas bag printed with blue horses. If anyone has any information, please email her at jkmorse@msn.com.

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New Sculpture in Heart of Phinney Park, ‘As They Ran Past Each Other’

April 21st, 2015 by Doree

Artist Lance Carleton’s painted steel and stainless steel sculpture, “As They Ran Past Each Other,” is the newest installation in the Heart of Phinney Park on the west side of Phinney Avenue North and North 67th Street.

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Carleton works in steel, stainless steel, copper, brass and recycled materials. To purchase this sculpture, contact Pamela Jaynes at arts@phinneycenter.org.

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