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Save Our Post Office meeting on Feb. 26
Postal Plus owner Ed Zhang doesn’t have much longer to find a new location for his United States Postal Service outpost, his lease expiring at the end of March.
A Save Our Post Office meeting is set for 5-8 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 26, in the back room of Victrola Café, 411 15th Ave. E.
City seeks applicants for new Community Involvement Commission
The city is seeking resident volunteers to serve on Seattle’s new Community Involvement Commission, which is expected to provide advisement on city policy and strategies for equitable public engagement and civic participation.
Gay City hosting panel on FDA ban on blood donations by gay men
Bloodworks NW CEO Dr. James P. AuBuchon will participate in a panel discussion regarding the FDA’s ban blood donations by gay and bisexual at Gay City on Thursday, Feb. 23.
Documentary team anchoring Central District film to Red Apple
A filmmaking team is taking interviews with longtime Central District residents through June for a documentary on the history of the neighborhood.
Update meeting on First Hill Park redesign
The First Hill Improvement Association is moving into the second phase of renovating First Hill Park, and will be providing a public update 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at Stimson-Green Mansion, 1204 Minor Ave.
Miller Park Neighbors regrouping over HALA
A new community group has formed in Miller Park, focused on the impacts of upzoning through Seattle’s Mandatory Housing Affordability program.
City needs community help spending $2 million
The Seattle Department of Neighborhoods is looking to spend $2 million on small parks and streets improvement projects, and needs ideas from the public.
Bit by bit: Pac-Man Park gets ready
The Seattle Department of Transportation completed installation of a Pac-Man maze mural for the Summit Avenue East Pavement Park on Saturday.
State of the Hill 2017 at Optimism Brewing
Sierra Hansen will provide her second State of the Hill address since taking the executive director position at the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce last year.
Lost Lake Cafe raising funds for Civil Rights Tour of the South
Capitol Hill’s Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is marking the third anniversary of its Lost Lake Cares program in February with a monthlong fundraising effort to support Antioch University’s Civil Rights Tour of the South.
Summit Slope Park expansion coming
The expansion of Summit Slope Park could start as early as February through a first round of Seattle Parks and Green Spaces Levy Opportunity Fund.
East Union underground conversion starts in mid-January
Seattle City Light will begin the first stage of work to underground electrical equipment on East Union at the intersections of 10th and 11th avenues from mid-January to February.
The Queer Resurgence on Capitol Hill Poetry Slam Festival
Seattle Poetry Slam is going to Capitol Hill’s LGBTQ roots with a three-day slam festival later this month.
Consent Fest 2017 at Optimism Brewing
The Consent Academy is holding Consent Fest 2017: Let the Change Begin! 6-9 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Optimism Brewing, 1158 Broadway.
Be:Seattle launching Tenant Rights Bootcamps
Nonprofit Be:Seattle has partnered with the Legal Action Center to provide a series of tenant rights and education workshops Jan. 11 to March 22.
Volunteers needed for city pedestrian board
The Seattle Pedestrian Advisory Board is accepting applications for three new members to help the city make Seattle safer and easier to walk.
Parking rate changes coming in 2017
Parking rates will increase in North Capitol Hill and First Hill in early 2017, and about 150 new paid parking stalls will be added to the Pike/Pine corridor.
Seattle Public Libraries hosting LGBTQ panel at Gay City
The Seattle Public Library is hosting an LGBTQ, people of color-centered conversation celebrating power in the face of adversity 6-7:30 p.m. Monday, Dec. 19, in the Calamus Auditorium at Gay City in Capitol Hill.
Q-Patrol revival includes upcoming self-defense trainings, planning meeting
During the Nov. 12 Post Election Community Response Forum in Capitol Hill, Sophia Burns announced the revival of the Q-Patrol in the neighborhood. Now the budding group has announced it is hosting two self-defense trainings in December and January, with a planning meeting later this month.
No parking zone: Never mind
Potentially more popular than the Seattle Department of Transportation’s Pike People Street attempt last Thursday, Dec. 8, was the Reddit thread that followed regarding parking woes it created.
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