Monthly Meetings

Every third Thursday of the month
6:30 p.m. (except July, August & Dec.)
Where: Room 105 at Whitehorse Hall on the Everett Community College Campus

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NOV. 2014 NEWSLETTER

November Meeting - Thursday, November 20th
6:45-8:00 p.m.
Room 105 Whitehorse Hall
EvCC Campus
Agenda

Social Time (6:30—6:45)
Police Report – Acting Sgt. Jessup
Speaker: Molly Beeman, Resource Conservation Manager for Everett Community College; Steve Lyons, Electrical Supervisor for Everett Community College. Energy Savings and Resource Conservation presentation for NW Neighborhood (and other invitees). Hands on residential lighting retrofits that save energy. Quick and easy conservation techniques. Free Stuff!
Council of Neighborhoods Report
Announcements


 

2014 Holiday Party - Sat. Dec. 6th, 7-10 pm, Greenside Grill at the Legion Golf Course.

Read more about it in the Nov. Newsletter.

 

 

 

 

 


The Halloween Contest Winners:
Each winner received the official NW Neighborhood Halloween sign in their yard AND a $30 gift certificate to Major League Pizza from the NW Neighborhood Association.

Best Daytime Decorated: 1701 Rucker Debbie & Travis Danforth
Best Nighttime Decorated: 1807 Colby Bart & Gina Wheaton
Best Overall Decorated: 1506 Rockefeller Spencer Fidler and Ian Dawe

Lot's of great choices this year. Some past winners did a great job, we appreciate the folks who always go all out but we have to give the others a chance to win.

We chose the theme Pumpkins, Pumpkins, Pumpkins (taking a hint from the Riverside Neighborhood) but found that looking at all the choices we think the theme should have been spiders, Spiders, SPIDERS! ;-)

Best Daytime Decorated

Best Nighttime Decorated

Best Overall Decorated


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Note: Did you miss the September meeting with Rich Anderson and Judy Tuohy? See article from the Tribune.
read article


Upcoming Events:

Dec. 6th - Annual Holiday Party
Dec. Christmas Decorating Contest
Please see September's NW Neighborhood Newsletter for more details.

Sewer Project “M” is going to begin…finally.
You have seen the signs posted around our neighborhood and yes, this long awaited project is
about to begin. The best way to get up to date information is to access the Public Works website
at: http://www.ci.everett.wa.us/default.aspx?ID=900
Construction is thought to start in October (roughly) and continue until January 2016.

Backflow Valves and Downspout Disconnection
Have you been keeping updated concerning the backflow valve and downspout disconnect
program? There is info at: http://www.ci.everett.wa.us/default.aspx?ID=2179 or contact Marla
Carter 425-257-8875.


NW Neighborhood Meetings / 3rd Thurs @ EvCC, Whitehorse Hall, Rm 105

Did you miss the September meeting with Rich Anderson and Judy Tuohy? See article from the Tribune.
read article

Oct 16th - Planning Department - Allan Giffen, Director - Comprehensive Plan: Continuing information and feed back from neighborhood concerning growth in our neighborhood.

Nov 20th - Sustainability Presentation - Molly Beeman is the Resource Conservation Manager for Everett Community College.
Steve Lyons is the Electrical Supervisor for Everett Community College.
Energy Savings and Resource Conservation presentation for NW Neighborhood (and other invitees). Hands on residential lighting retrofits that save energy. Quick and easy conservation techniques. Free Stuff!


Legion Memorial Park Tree Update

9-28-14: Ecology is working with the city to put a plan together for park cleanup in late summer 2015, after this year's planned work was delayed. As part of a revised plan, city officials will ask for community feedback on options for cleanup. The effort will include public meetings and presentations at community gatherings this fall and winter.

Sampling crews will be in the park at 145 Alverson Blvd. for up to two weeks. The park and ballfields will be open during that time. However, the public is asked not to move flags or markers used during sampling.

Ecology will use the sampling information to put together a report that summarizes findings and outlines possible steps that could be taken to safeguard any items of cultural significance to tribes. The report will be shared with area tribes before park cleanup starts.

Area residents interested in Everett Smelter cleanup work can call the local information line at 425-446-1024 to speak with an Ecology staff member. More information about the park project also is available on Ecology's website.

Contacts:
Meg Bommarito, Ecology project manager for the Everett Smelter cleanup, 425-649-7256
Meghan Pembroke, Everett media relations, 425-257-8687
Bob Warren, regional section manager for Ecology's Toxics Cleanup Program, 425-649-7054
Seth Preston, Ecology communications, 360-407-6848

Watch your email for updates from the NW Neighborhood for the upcoming meeting places and times.


A huge "Thank you" to our sponsors!
Lamoreaux Real Estate - Barb Lamoreaux - 1904 Wetmore
Under the Red Umbrella - Dave & Leslie Heger - 1502 Rucker
Salon Enve - Lori - 1001 Wetmore
Brews Almighty - Joe & Stacy - 3011 Grand
Scuttlebutt Brewing Co. - Phil and Scuttle - 1205 Craftsman
Allied Construction Assoc, Inc. - Scott & Lee Bjella - 3120 Hewitt
Wetmore Dry Cleaners - Juliau & Sara - 1904 Wetmore


Lost or found a dog or cat? read more


Everett Historical Voices From the Past

Historic Everett read more


Points of Interest

Legion Park, 145 Alverson Blvd

Legion Memorial Golf Course, 144 W. Marine View Dr.

Grand Avenue Park, 1800 Grand Ave.

Drew Nielsen Neighborhood Park, 13th Street & Colby Ave.

Port of Everett Marina, W. Marine View Drive

10th Street Boat Launch and Marine Park, 10th St.



 

 

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