Friday, July 25, 2014 1:09 PM
Tom Rasmussen will host a “little City Hall” at the Queen Anne Community Center (1901 First Ave. W.) on Tuesday, July 29, to chat with anyone interested in engaging with the Seattle City Council member.
  • Tom Rasmussen will host a “little City Hall” at the Queen Anne Community Center (1901 First Ave. W.) on Tuesday, July 29, to chat with anyone interested in engaging with the Seattle City Council member. 
  • Three cars from a 102-car oil train derailed under the Magnolia Bridge in Interbay around 2 a.m. this morning (July 24). The cars, carrying oil and sand, did not spill. 
  • Land use permit applications and decisions for Queen Anne & Magnolia. 
  • Firefighters are working to put out a large fire at Seattle City Light’s Broad Street substation (319 Sixth Ave. N.) near Seattle Center, which started at 10 a.m. this morning (July 23). 
  • Neighbors speak out against Ft. Lawton subdivision
    Magnolia lawyers Michele Marchi and Franca Baroni are no strangers to taking on developments in the neighborhood. Now, the women are taking on the subdivision of the historic Fort Lawton homes in Discovery Park. 
  • QA resident goes to Germany for fellowship
    Queen Anne’s Joshua Crites moved to the Seattle area five years ago to work in affordable housing. He is a strategic advisor for the Seattle Housing Authority; he previously did policy work for the Tacoma Housing Authority. 
  • A list of crimes from last week in Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • SDOT advises travelers that the right lane on northbound state Route 99 will close from Republican to Roy streets on Wednesday, July 23, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to accommodate bridge work. 
  • Aegis project moves forward; appeals accepted through Thursday
    The DPD has approved the Master Use Permit for the Aegis facility development in Queen Anne. There is a 14-day appeal period for the permit, which ends on Thursday, July 24. 
  • The City of Seattle has launched Get Online: Jobs & the Internet, an online toolbox for residents who are new to job searching on the Internet. 
  • Land use permit applications, decisions and design reviews for Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • QA Little Free Library vandalized
    The story of the Little Free Library that was vandalized recently in Queen Anne is not just that. It’s a story about a veteran’s life, his wife’s endeavor to honor his spirit and a community coming together. 
  • Community members crowdfund Uptown parklet
    In an effort to activate the Uptown neighborhood and bring more public space, community members have received approval for a parklet. Now, they are crowdfunding the money to build it. 
  • Moyer Foundation documentary earns Emmy nomination
    The Magnolia-based Moyer Foundation (2426 32nd Ave. W., Suite 200) has been honored with an Emmy nomination for a documentary about its Camp Erin, called “One Last Hug: Three Days at Grief Camp.” 
  • HEALTHY TODAY | Take care of your feet while traveling this summer
    The sun is out, and summertime is finally here. Whether you stay local and take a hike to enjoy the breathtaking views of the Pacific Northwest, visit a theme park or take a vacation out of town, there’s a good chance that there will be a lot of walking involved. 
  • Hear from the Queen Anne Chamber's executive director Charley Shore and Queen Anne Helpline director Lisa Moore about last weekend's Fun Run and Queen Anne Days events. 
  • Only one crime to report this week, read it in the Police Blotter. 
  • One westbound, right-hand lane on the West Dravus Street overpass over 15th Avenue West will close from Monday, July 21, to July 25, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. 
  • Summer weather can mean outdoor fun and family trips, but for pets, it could also bring about safety hazards unbeknownst to pet parents. 
  • Permit applications, decisions and design reviews fill up this week's land use news for Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
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