Ramsey Wyles and Patricia Murray, both with Habitat for Humanity, presented to the LCNA at ourMay 10th meeting. This organization has been in Seattle for more than 30 years and will be building in Lake City on land donated by the Seattle Housing Authority: 12535 35th Ave NE, 98125. The plan is to build 16 townhouses,
On behalf of our neighborhood, LCNA corresponds officially with the City of Seattle and other entities. Read the Letters of Advocacy.
SEATTLE — For immediate release. Children’s Home Society of Washington (CHSW), Lake City Future First and Lake City Neighborhood Alliance have received a $550,000 multi-year neighborhood grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation. The grant will allow CHSW and partners to implement a neighborhood plan that will help improve the quality of life for children and
Below are the remarks of Sandy Motzer at the December 14 winter celebration held at Hellbent Brewing Company “Lake City has had a very good year! Thank you everyone. We are finally being recognized as a community that advocates for itself. I want to thank the State’s46th District Delegation — Senator David Frockt, Representative Gerry
Saturday, January 10, 9:00 a.m. to Noon Come by the southeast corner of the Fred Meyer parking lot and learn what the Emergency Communication Hub will mean to you and our community if/when a disaster occurs.