Posts Tagged ‘Brandon Node’

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May Meeting Minutes

Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund The group discussed the projects for which NDNC would like to apply for funding through the Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.  The Fund will be providing $8 million in funding for community-initiated park development or property acquisition projects in Seattle during the 2012/2013 funding cycle.  Two major […]

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Highlights from the April 12, 2012 DESC Community Advisory Committee Meeting

First on the agenda was a follow-up to the Delridge Produce Co-op discussion from the March 27 meeting. Vonetta presented a list of community recommendations, based on discussions with NDNC leaders, neighborhood business operators, and the grocery store study presented by Parie at the previous committee meeting, for DESC to consider when selecting its commercial […]

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Groceries in Delridge: More information

A quick update from the DESC Delridge Community Advisory Committee meeting tonight. The topic of discussion was the future tenant for the 2500SF commercial space at the ground floor of the building. I presented the results from the Brandon Node Visioning Open House, as well as the results from a retail analysis of a grocery […]

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March Meeting Minutes

Here are the topics covered at the Monthly NDNC Meeting on March 12: United Way Hunger Action Week Morgan Winkler, AmeriCorps Volunteer Coordinator at the United Way of King County, told us about the United Way’s Hunger Action Week, March19-24.  The campaign is aimed at identifying what hunger looks like in King County, identifying solutions, […]

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NDNC March 12th Meeting Agenda

The March meeting will be at 6:30pm at the Delridge Library. We have two guests to talk about Hunger Action Week and Stockbox Grocers, as well as lots of updates on the many things going on in the neighborhood. And don’t forget

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Brandon Node Visioning Open House Results

This visioning kick-off event was held on February 29, 2012 to encourage conversation between neighbors, business owners, and city leaders about the future of the Brandon Node. This was an informal event with four visioning stations set up throughout the space to encourage conversation and to gather input. Attendees were able to “vote” for options […]

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DESC Reminders: Two Meetings Next Week

Following-up on their first meeting on February 21, 2012 (see West Seattle Blog coverage, which includes video), at which neighbors offered input, asked questions and stated concerns, DESC’s community advisory committee has scheduled a second meeting: Delridge Supportive Housing Advisory Committee Meeting—6:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center This meeting is open to all interested […]

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Brandon Node Tour: Slideshow

Calling all neighbors! A reminder of the Brandon Node Visioning Open House, coming up this Wednesday: Hosted by Martin’s Way (corner of Delridge and Findlay) Wednesday, February 29th 5:30-6:30 Business Community Focus 6:30-8:00 Community Members Open House Where is the Brandon Node you ask? What businesses fill the area? Here’s a visual tour: Images to […]

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Brandon Node Visioning Centers

The CDLU Committee is excited to see the energy around the open house to discuss economic development within North Delridge, specifically the Brandon Node.  There has been an amazing response from organizations from city officials to non-profits to private companies.  So many people have expressed great ideas that have the potential to really improve the […]

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Home-based Businesses in Delridge invited to the Brandon Node Visioning Open House

Are you running a business out of a home in Delridge? Would you like to find out more about other businesses in the area? Would you like to spread the word about your business to your local community? Do you have ideas for business development in Delridge? You are invited to the Brandon Node Visioning […]

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