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Solarize Northwest Seattle hopes to bring community-supported solar energy to Green Lake

photo: shannonkringen Solarize Northwest Seattle, a group of Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Ballard, Fremont, Wallingford and Green Lake residents working toward community-supported solar energy, is next meeting in Room 3 of the Phinney Neighborhood Association‘s Phinney Center (6532 Phinney Ave N). The informational meeting will be on Wednesday, April 25, 2012 at 7 p.m. This new effort is being supported by the Phinney Neighborhood Association, Sustainable Ballard, Sustainable Greenwood-Phinney, Phinney Ridge Community Council, and other like-minded organizations. We’re seeking more neighborhood groups to join, and individuals to help spread the word. Our group is building a grassroots effort to win the bid when the next “Call…

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Candidates for Seattle School Board District 2 speak out

The race for Seattle School Board District 2 got very contentious today (Tuesday, October 11, 2011). Kate Martin is running against District 2 incumbent Sherry Carr in the  November 8, 2011 General Election. District 2 covers the Green Lake area and represents Bagley, B.F. Day, Green Lake, Greenwood, Hamilton International Middle School, McDonald Elementary, Middle College @ Wilson Pacific, Olympic View, Sacajawea, Seattle Evening School, Stanford International School and Whittier. Both candidates provided statements to us before the Primary Election. You can read their statements here. Earlier today, Jesse Baumgartner sent us the following press release on behalf of Sherry Carr: Kate Martin’s Record of Insults and Outbursts Would Be a Step Backward for Seattle School Board Candidate has received…

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Seattle School Board candidate Kate Martin to hold Meet and Greet in Green Lake

Kate Martin, a candidate for Seattle School Board District 2, is holding a Meet and Greet at Green Lake’s Urban Bakery (7850 East Green Lake Dr N) on Saturday October 15, 2011, 3 p.m. – 5 p.m. District 2 represents Bagley, B.F. Day, Green Lake, Greenwood, Hamilton International Middle School, McDonald Elementary, Middle College @ Wilson Pacific, Olympic View, Sacajawea, Seattle Evening School, Stanford International School and Whittier. Kate Marin is running against District 2 incumbent Sherry Carr in the  November 8, 2011 General Election. Both candidates provided statements to us before the Primary Election. You can read their statements here. Disclosure update: As of Saturday, October 8, Kate Martin for School Board is a My…

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North Central Little League looking for new leader

Many thanks to our news partner My Ballard for sharing this story with us. The president of the North Central Little League is retiring and the league is looking for someone to fill the position. NCLL covers parts of Ballard, Fremont, Phinney Ridge, Greenwood, Green Lake and Wallingford.   Tom D’Angelo has been a part of NCLL for more than a decade but now that his kids are older, he believes it is time for him to move on.     A week ago he sent this letter to families involved in NCLL: Dear North Central Community, Eleven years ago…

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Seattle School Director, District 2 candidates Sherry Carr, Jack Whelan, Mark T. Webber and Kate Martin

Updated August 2, 2011 with a statement from Kate Martin. King County is holding an all-mail Primary and Special Election on August 16, 2011. Ballots have now arrived at most Green Lake homes. Green Lake residents will see School Board candidates on their ballots. The top two candidates in the Primary race will be on all Seattle ballots in November. There are four contenders for Seattle School Director for District No. 2, which represents Bagley, B.F. Day, Green Lake, Greenwood, Hamilton International Middle School, McDonald Elementary, Middle College @ Wilson Pacific, Olympic View, Sacajawea, Seattle Evening School, Stanford International School and Whittier. The incumbent for School Board, District 2 is Sherry Carr. Her challengers are Jack Whelan, Kate Martin and Mark T. Webber. A fourth challenger, Terrence…

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