37 hours ago

Wood art in the hood

The sun is out, and it’s a good time to pound the pavements and bask in the lovely weather while we can! If you, like me, enjoy walking all around our eclectic neighbourhood, you’d have noticed a beautiful carved tree trunk at 37th & Burke! When one of our editors tipped me off about this, […]

    Wood art in the hood | Wallyhood
    The sun is out, and it's a good time to pound the pavements and bask in the lovely weather while we can! If you, like me, enjoy walking all around our eclectic neighbourhood, you'd have noticed a beautiful carved tree trunk at 37th & Burke!
    https://www.wallyhood.org

3 days ago

Wallingford Third Grader is a Finalist in Google Doodle Contest

Corinne Manning, a third grader at McDonald Elementary School, is a finalist in the “Doodle 4 Google” contest. Her doodle, titled “The Curious Cat,” is the Washington state finalist for the contest. The contest theme, open to students in K-12, was “What Inspires Me.” Voting on the doodles is open to the public until Friday, May […]

    Wallingford Third Grader is a Finalist in Google Doodle Contest | Wallyhood
    Corinne Manning, a third grader at McDonald Elementary School, is a finalist in the "Doodle 4 Google" contest. Her doodle, titled "The Curious Cat," is the Washington state finalist for the contest. The contest theme, open to students in K-12, was "What Inspires Me."
    https://www.wallyhood.org

4 days ago

An Author Reading and Educational Tasting Series at Friday Afternoon Tea

Starting today, May 17th, at 5:30pm and for the next few Thursdays, our local tea shop, Friday Afternoon Tea (at 4228 Stone Way N.), is having a series of tea tastings. The first entry in the Educational Tasting Series is a flight of green teas from China and Japan, some steamed and some toasted. Each […]

    An Author Reading and Educational Tasting Series at Friday Afternoon Tea | Wallyhood
    Starting today, May 17th, at 5:30pm and for the next few Thursdays, our local tea shop, Friday Afternoon Tea (at 4228 Stone Way N.), is having a series of tea tastings. The first entry in the Educational Tasting Series is a flight of green teas from China and Japan, some steamed and some toasted.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

6 days ago

Join Historic Wallingford for an Evening with Paul Dorpat

Reminder: Just Days Away Join Historic Wallingford for An Evening With Paul Dorpat–Seattle Author, Historian, and Seattle Times Columnist  at Seattle First Church of the Nazarene 4401 2nd Ave NE, Seattle 98105 Friday, May 18th, 7 p.m. Join us and our very own Wallingford legend Paul Dorpat for a lively evening reminiscing over old photographs of the […]

    Join Historic Wallingford for an Evening with Paul Dorpat | Wallyhood
    Reminder: Just Days Away Join Historic Wallingford for An Evening With Paul Dorpat-Seattle Author, Historian, and Seattle Times Columnist at Seattle First Church of the Nazarene 4401 2nd Ave NE, Seattle 98105 Friday, May 18th, 7 p.m. Join us and our very own Wallingford legend Paul Dorpat for a lively evening reminiscing over old photographs of the ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 14

Farmers Market Opens Wednesday

With summer just around the corner, you know that the opening of the Wallingford Farmers Market cannot be far off, either. The first day of operations is this coming Wednesday, May 16. As has been the case for the past several years, the market will be held at Meridian Park at 50th St. and Meridian […]

    Farmers Market Opens Wednesday | Wallyhood
    With summer just around the corner, you know that the opening of the Wallingford Farmers Market cannot be far off, either. The first day of operations is this coming Wednesday, May 16. As has been the case for the past several years, the market will be held at Meridian Park at 50th St.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 10

Squawk of the Town: Archie McPhee’s Rubber Chicken Museum

On Friday, May 11, 2018, Archie McPhee (1300 N 45th St) is unveiling their brand new Rubber Chicken Museum. A Grand Opening ribbon cutting starts at 3:00 p.m. There will be cake! And plenty of other fun surprises and oddities for sure. Bring your own drumstick. Museum features include the history of the rubber chicken, a […]

    Squawk of the Town: Archie McPhee's Rubber Chicken Museum | Wallyhood
    On Friday, May 11, 2018, Archie McPhee (1300 N 45th St) is unveiling their brand new Rubber Chicken Museum. A Grand Opening ribbon cutting starts at 3:00 p.m. There will be cake! And plenty of other fun surprises and oddities for sure. Bring your own drumstick.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 09

Spring Clean 2018

Most of us would probably agree that our city could stand a little sprucing up here and there (or, maybe, just about everywhere). If you’re willing to pitch in and lend hand, the city is ready to provide you with tools and other supplies you’ll need to make Seattle, umm, the cleanest, umm, city with […]

    Spring Clean 2018 | Wallyhood
    Most of us would probably agree that our city could stand a little sprucing up here and there (or, maybe, just about everywhere). If you're willing to pitch in and lend hand, the city is ready to provide you with tools and other supplies you'll need to make Seattle, umm, the cleanest, umm, city with ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 09

Rep. Nicole Macri to speak in Wallingford on Wednesday 5/9

Representative Nicole Macri, Wallingford’s representative in the 43rd district, will be speaking at the Wallingford community council meeting tonight, May 9th. She’ll be speaking about affordable housing and ensuring livability with increased density. The community council meeting starts at 7:00 in the Good Shepherd Center, and Nicole is scheduled to speak around 7:30. The community […]

    Rep. Nicole Macri to speak in Wallingford on Wednesday 5/9 | Wallyhood
    Representative Nicole Macri, Wallingford's representative in the 43rd district, will be speaking at the Wallingford community council meeting tonight, May 9th. She'll be speaking about affordable housing and ensuring livability with increased density. The community council meeting starts at 7:00 in the Good Shepherd Center, and Nicole is scheduled to speak around 7:30.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 07

A Flight of Sourdough

I’ve always been fascinated with sourdough. With regular bread, you’ve got your flour, your water and your yeast. The yeast comes in a powder from Fleischmann’s or whomever, and it’s yeast: you mix in with the flour and water, you wait for the little yeasties to eat the sugars in the flour, toot out some […]

    A Flight of Sourdough | Wallyhood
    I've always been fascinated with sourdough. With regular bread, you've got your flour, your water and your yeast. The yeast comes in a powder from Fleischmann's or whomever, and it's yeast: you mix in with the flour and water, you wait for the little yeasties to eat the sugars in the flour, toot out some ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 04

Plant Sales This Weekend – Tilth Edible Plants & Master Gardener Plant Sales

The Tilth Edible Plant Sale is this weekend.  Saturday and Sunday from 9am – 3pm at Meridian Parks , with early bird sale this afternoon from 5-7pm. Ellen added a great story to her running gardening column earlier this week. However, she buried the lead about the Edible Plant Sale.  This sale has become a neighborhood tradition.  […]

    Plant Sales This Weekend - Tilth Edible Plants & Master Gardener Plant Sales | Wallyhood
    The Tilth Edible Plant Sale is this weekend. Saturday and Sunday from 9am - 3pm at Meridian Parks , with early bird sale this afternoon from 5-7pm. Ellen added a great story to her running gardening column earlier this week. However, she buried the lead about the Edible Plant Sale.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 02

Growing Food in Your Own Back (or Front) Yard

The poor farmer grows weeds. The fair farmer grows crops. The good farmer grows soil. — Sarah Pellkofer; Founder and Chief Soil Scientist of Micraculture and Wallingford Resident Vegetable gardens are becoming increasingly popular in many city neighborhoods and Wallingford is no exception. Small home gardens provide not only fresh produce but also add beauty […]

    Growing Food in Your Own Back (or Front) Yard | Wallyhood
    The poor farmer grows weeds. The fair farmer grows crops. The good farmer grows soil. - Sarah Pellkofer; Founder and Chief Soil Scientist of Micraculture and Wallingford Resident Vegetable gardens are becoming increasingly popular in many city neighborhoods and Wallingford is no exception. Small home gardens provide not only fresh produce but also add beauty ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

May 01

Apr 30

May Day at Gas Works

May Day is an ancient holiday, dating back at least to the days of the Roman Republic, when it was celebrated as part of the Floralia celebration on April 27th. Obviously, they didn’t call it May Day back then, both because it wasn’t May and also because they spoke Latin. It can also be traced […]

    May Day at Gas Works | Wallyhood
    May Day is an ancient holiday, dating back at least to the days of the Roman Republic, when it was celebrated as part of the Floralia celebration on April 27th. Obviously, they didn't call it May Day back then, both because it wasn't May and also because they spoke Latin.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 29

Along Interlake, Not Waiting for the Upzone

Many may assume with the possibility of zoning changes hanging in the air here in our neighborhood that developers might naturally choose to put a hold on their plans in the hopes that larger, taller buildings will be allowed on their lots in the near future. Indeed, that certainly seems to be the case at […]

    Along Interlake, Not Waiting for the Upzone | Wallyhood
    Many may assume with the possibility of zoning changes hanging in the air here in our neighborhood that developers might naturally choose to put a hold on their plans in the hopes that larger, taller buildings will be allowed on their lots in the near future.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 27

Art in Bloom

The annual Art in Bloom garden art and studio tour takes place this weekend – partly in our neighborhood. From their website: Looking for the perfect focal piece for your garden or home? Take a break from weeding to shop and talk with nearly 20 artists in a variety of media on this free, self-guided […]

    Art in Bloom | Wallyhood
    The annual Art in Bloom garden art and studio tour takes place this weekend - partly in our neighborhood. From their website: Looking for the perfect focal piece for your garden or home? Take a break from weeding to shop and talk with nearly 20 artists in a variety of media on this free, self-guided ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 26

Arrest in Lita Byrnes Case

The Seattle Police Department announced today that they have made an arrest in the homicide case of Wallingford community leader Lita Byrnes: SPD Homicide Detectives have arrested a 25-year-old man for the murder of his roommate, a 38-year-old woman, in Wallingford last month. The arrest in this complex case came after an extensive investigation, working […]

    Arrest in Lita Byrnes Case | Wallyhood
    The Seattle Police Department announced today that they have made an arrest in the homicide case of Wallingford community leader Lita Byrnes: SPD Homicide Detectives have arrested a 25-year-old man for the murder of his roommate, a 38-year-old woman, in Wallingford last month. The arrest in this complex case came after an extensive investigation, working ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 26

Wallingford and Housing Affordability Go National

Politico posted a story about millennials and housing affordability.  It is a long, feature length article.  Our own Wallingford neighborhood is used as the archetype for this battle playing out nationwide.  The main person in the story is  a young professional trying to change urban development. The story has a lot to say and can […]

    Wallingford and Housing Affordability Go National | Wallyhood
    Politico posted a story about millennials and housing affordability. It is a long, feature length article. Our own Wallingford neighborhood is used as the archetype for this battle playing out nationwide. The main person in the story is a young professional trying to change urban development.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 25

Wallingford Walk: City Nature Challenge

Just a quick reminder, the Woodland Park Zoo will be coming to the library (well, the meeting room behind the library) this Saturday, April 28, from 10-11 to talk about the City Nature Challenge 2018. Afterwards, we will do our first Wallingford Walk of the new series, as we embark on a mini-safari seeking out wildlife to identify […]

    Wallingford Walk: City Nature Challenge | Wallyhood
    Just a quick reminder, the Woodland Park Zoo will be coming to the library (well, the meeting room behind the library) this Saturday, April 28, from 10-11 to talk about the City Nature Challenge 2018. Afterwards, we will do our first Wallingford Walk of the new series, as we embark on a mini-safari seeking out wildlife to identify ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 23

Art at Spin

Spin (Spyridon Nicon) curates a rotating collection of local art on his barber shop walls (4501 Interlake Ave N). Given how often swaps in a new artist and how often I get my hair cut, it’s almost a guarantee that there will be someone new and interesting on the walls each time I head over […]

    Art at Spin | Wallyhood
    Spin (Spyridon Nicon) curates a rotating collection of local art on his barber shop walls (4501 Interlake Ave N). Given how often swaps in a new artist and how often I get my hair cut, it's almost a guarantee that there will be someone new and interesting on the walls each time I head over ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 23

An Evening With Paul Dorpat

Historic Wallingford Presents  An Evening With Paul Dorpat Seattle Historian,Author and Seattle Times Columnist Friday May 18th,7pm    RSVP now to assure seating Join us with our very own Wallingford legend  Paul Dorpat for a lively evening reminiscing over old photographs of the neighborhood and its characters.Paul is the author of many richly illustrated books […]

    An Evening With Paul Dorpat | Wallyhood
    Historic Wallingford Presents An Evening With Paul Dorpat Seattle Historian,Author and Seattle Times Columnist Friday May 18th,7pm RSVP now to assure seating Join us with our very own Wallingford legend Paul Dorpat for a lively evening reminiscing over old photographs of the neighborhood and its characters.Paul is the author of many richly illustrated books ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 22

Poetic Wallingford

April is National Poetry Month, so in honor of such, I took a pedal around to the three spots where you can consistently find public poetry in our neighborhood. The Poetry Bench at Eastern Ave N at N 40th St had a piece by Leigh Hunt (1784 – 1859) out: Abou Ben Adhem Abou Ben […]

    Poetic Wallingford | Wallyhood
    April is National Poetry Month, so in honor of such, I took a pedal around to the three spots where you can consistently find public poetry in our neighborhood. The Poetry Bench at Eastern Ave N at N 40th St had a piece by Leigh Hunt (1784 - 1859) out: Abou Ben Adhem Abou Ben ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 19

4:20 Party on 4/20

This Friday is 4/20, and thus a stoner holiday. Wikipedia explains the origin of this odd toking tradition: In 1971, Steve Capper, Dave Reddix, Jeffrey Noel, Larry Schwartz, and Mark Gravich, five high school students in San Rafael, California, calling themselves the Waldos because “their chosen hang-out spot was a wall outside the school”, used […]

    4:20 Party on 4/20 | Wallyhood
    This Friday is 4/20, and thus a stoner holiday. Wikipedia explains the origin of this odd toking tradition: In 1971, Steve Capper, Dave Reddix, Jeffrey Noel, Larry Schwartz, and Mark Gravich, five high school students in San Rafael, California, calling themselves the Waldos because "their chosen hang-out spot was a wall outside the school", used ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 19

Apr 18

Celebrate Earth Day with a Spring Clean Up of Northlake Way

Earth Day clean up is sponsored by the Wallingford Community Council and City Fruit. We will be picking up trash, cutting tall weeds, digging weed roots and grass come rain or shine.  Wear long pants and work shoes and bring work gloves.  If you have tools please bring them but we will have extras to share. […]

    Celebrate Earth Day with a Spring Clean Up of Northlake Way | Wallyhood
    Earth Day clean up is sponsored by the Wallingford Community Council and City Fruit. We will be picking up trash, cutting tall weeds, digging weed roots and grass come rain or shine. Wear long pants and work shoes and bring work gloves. If you have tools please bring them but we will have extras to share.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 17

Apr 16

Drone Film Festival

Looking for something a bit out of the ordinary this weekend? Want to walk there? Try the Drone Cinema Film Festival this Saturday, April 21st at the Good Shepherd Center: The Drone Cinema Film Festival, now in its fourth year, showcases cutting-edge, minimalist works of ethereal beauty that transmute sonic drones into the visual realm. This year’s […]

    Drone Film Festival | Wallyhood
    Looking for something a bit out of the ordinary this weekend? Want to walk there? Try the Drone Cinema Film Festival this Saturday, April 21st at the Good Shepherd Center: The Drone Cinema Film Festival, now in its fourth year, showcases cutting-edge, minimalist works of ethereal beauty that transmute sonic drones into the visual realm.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 16

Apr 15

Major police activity on 45th

Police activity has been ongoing in the area of 45th and Thackery since about 1am. The impacted area has covered multiple blocks. Buses and cars have been rerouted all evening. We will post more as we learn more.

    Major police activity on 45th | Wallyhood
    Police activity has been ongoing in the area of 45th and Thackery since about 1am. The impacted area has covered multiple blocks. Buses and cars have been rerouted all evening. We will post more as we learn more.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 14

Save the Date: the Return of Wallingford Walks

As the new librarian for the Wallingford Library, I’ve been talking with folks and trying to get a sense of what sort of programming would work with our small library and amazing neighborhood. I decided to develop a series of educational programs that go outside the library, lead by people from the community, showcasing both […]

    Save the Date: the Return of Wallingford Walks | Wallyhood
    As the new librarian for the Wallingford Library, I've been talking with folks and trying to get a sense of what sort of programming would work with our small library and amazing neighborhood. I decided to develop a series of educational programs that go outside the library, lead by people from the community, showcasing both ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 12

Know Where to Go: Interactive Toilet Map Is Here

I’m sure we’ve all been there. You’re walking around the city. It could be Seattle; it could be someplace else. Suddenly, you need to go. But where? You look frantically for a public restroom sign, but there are none to be seen. In desperation, you slip into a nearby cafe, tiptoeing past the “Restrooms for […]

    Know Where to Go: Interactive Toilet Map Is Here | Wallyhood
    I'm sure we've all been there. You're walking around the city. It could be Seattle; it could be someplace else. Suddenly, you need to go. But where? You look frantically for a public restroom sign, but there are none to be seen. In desperation, you slip into a nearby cafe, tiptoeing past the "Restrooms for ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 10

Young BF Day Learners Thrive in Pre-K

In September of 2017, something new arrived at BFDay…a City of Seattle sponsored Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) classroom, complete with three wonderful staff and 20 high energy 4- and 5-year-olds. Led by Ms. Alice, with Mrs. Monica and Mr. Alvin, these 20 amazing children have been rocking room 206 with energy, learning, and community. The Pre-K program welcomes […]

    Young BF Day Learners Thrive in Pre-K | Wallyhood
    In September of 2017, something new arrived at BFDay...a City of Seattle sponsored Pre-Kindergarten (Pre-K) classroom, complete with three wonderful staff and 20 high energy 4- and 5-year-olds. Led by Ms. Alice, with Mrs. Monica and Mr. Alvin, these 20 amazing children have been rocking room 206 with energy, learning, and community.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 09

Apr 07

Emerald City Bike Ride on Sunday Morning

Wallyhood reader Stacey writes: I’m with Cascade Bicycle Club and event assistant for the 3rd annual Emerald City Ride which will take place on Sunday, April 8th. I wanted to reach out to make sure the neighborhood is in the know to ensure a safe and welcoming event. We are expecting between 8,000 – 10,000 […]

    Emerald City Bike Ride on Sunday Morning | Wallyhood
    Wallyhood reader Stacey writes: I'm with Cascade Bicycle Club and event assistant for the 3rd annual Emerald City Ride which will take place on Sunday, April 8th. I wanted to reach out to make sure the neighborhood is in the know to ensure a safe and welcoming event.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 05

SDOT Takes Input on New RPZ Plans

Last Wednesday, SDOT held a public hearing at the Hamilton International School to solicit comment on proposed changes to the Restricted Parking Zones (RPZs) in our neighborhood. A review of the RPZs by SDOT had been solicited by neighbors impacted by an influx of drivers seeking all-day parking during weekday business hours. The meeting, attended […]

    SDOT Takes Input on New RPZ Plans | Wallyhood
    Last Wednesday, SDOT held a public hearing at the Hamilton International School to solicit comment on proposed changes to the Restricted Parking Zones (RPZs) in our neighborhood. A review of the RPZs by SDOT had been solicited by neighbors impacted by an influx of drivers seeking all-day parking during weekday business hours.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 04

Apr 03

Fremont Dance presents: Refractions, a spring concert

[Editor’s note: With this article, Wallyhood is pleased to welcome Aakanksha Agarwal, a self-described “food and lifestyle writer” to our writing staff. Aakanksha is a recent arrival to Seattle, and we are happy she has chosen to make our neighborhood her home. Look to see more from her in the near future.] “If you can […]

    Fremont Dance presents: Refractions, a spring concert | Wallyhood
    Editor's note: With this article, Wallyhood is pleased to welcome Aakanksha Agarwal, a self-described "food and lifestyle writer" to our writing staff. Aakanksha is a recent arrival to Seattle, and we are happy she has chosen to make our neighborhood her home. Look to see more from her in the near future.]
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Apr 02

Say “Hola!” to New Ethan Stowell Restaurant Coming to Stone Way

Lovers of the Ethan Stowell restaurant empire will welcome a new eatery opening some time this spring on Stone Way. While I would love to say that we got the scoop on this first, the Seattle Met got the jump on us, and they have the story here. The new Stowell place, called Super Bueno, […]

    Say "Hola!" to New Ethan Stowell Restaurant Coming to Stone Way | Wallyhood
    Lovers of the Ethan Stowell restaurant empire will welcome a new eatery opening some time this spring on Stone Way. While I would love to say that we got the scoop on this first, the Seattle Met got the jump on us, and they have the story here.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 31

Mysterious Street Markings: Verizon 5G?

Back in February, I wrote about strange street markings that had appeared just north and south of 40th St., but I couldn’t find out what they were about. When I queried SDOT, they replied that it was definitely part of a City Light project, but when I asked City Light about it, I got no […]

    Mysterious Street Markings: Verizon 5G? | Wallyhood
    Back in February, I wrote about strange street markings that had appeared just north and south of 40th St., but I couldn't find out what they were about. When I queried SDOT, they replied that it was definitely part of a City Light project, but when I asked City Light about it, I got no ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 31

Mar 30

Councilmember Herbold on Coming Changes to Off-Street Parking

The letter below, from City Councilmember Lisa Herbold, was sent to me here at Wallyhood unsolicited. Although Herbold represents District 1 which includes West Seattle and southwest Seattle, the issue she addresses here — the amount of parking required for new housing developments — has been hotly debated in the comments and forums here and […]

    Councilmember Herbold on Coming Changes to Off-Street Parking | Wallyhood
    The letter below, from City Councilmember Lisa Herbold, was sent to me here at Wallyhood unsolicited. Although Herbold represents District 1 which includes West Seattle and southwest Seattle, the issue she addresses here - the amount of parking required for new housing developments - has been hotly debated in the comments and forums here and ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 28

Wine Bar World

I stopped in Wine World & Spirits in its new location over on Fremont Ave last week, hoping to pick up an interesting spirit, QFC and Trader Joe’s selection being exactly what you’d expect from a grocery store. Unfortunately, the “& Spirits” part of the name is still aspirational: their license only allows them to sell […]

    Wine Bar World | Wallyhood
    I stopped in Wine World & Spirits in its new location over on Fremont Ave last week, hoping to pick up an interesting spirit, QFC and Trader Joe's selection being exactly what you'd expect from a grocery store. Unfortunately, the "& Spirits" part of the name is still aspirational: their license only allows them to sell ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 26

Recycle The Unrecyclable

There’s this whole set of stuff that I can’t get rid of. It’s not sentimental, it’s garbage, but garbage that doesn’t fit in my can AND that our otherwise excellent curbside recycling program doesn’t take. This Saturday, we have an opportunity to purge it. The City of Seattle is holding a special recycling and reuse […]

    Recycle The Unrecyclable | Wallyhood
    There's this whole set of stuff that I can't get rid of. It's not sentimental, it's garbage, but garbage that doesn't fit in my can AND that our otherwise excellent curbside recycling program doesn't take. This Saturday, we have an opportunity to purge it. The City of Seattle is holding a special recycling and reuse ...
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 24

Bike Lanes Coming to 40th St

Neighbors living near 40th St. recently received a notice from SDOT advising them of details of the paving project to begin in 2019. I made mention of this project in an article I wrote back in May that was focused on more near-term changes to the intersection near Irwin’s. What I may not have noticed […]

    Bike Lanes Coming to 40th St | Wallyhood
    Neighbors living near 40th St. recently received a notice from SDOT advising them of details of the paving project to begin in 2019. I made mention of this project in an article I wrote back in May that was focused on more near-term changes to the intersection near Irwin's.
    https://www.wallyhood.org

Mar 24

  • Construction permit

    Interior alterations to existing single family residence (2nd floor bathroom), subject to field inspection

    3530 Burke Ave. N. Issued March 22, 2018 Comment

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