Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

The new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant

This summer, the new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant, Jessica Chandler, will be conducting focus groups. She is interested in talking to all the micro-communities in the North Precinct area about knowledge of the Micro-Community Policing Plan, interactions with the Seattle Police Department, crime and safety concerns and suggested improvements for each of our unique…

Repaving Greenwood Ave N between 112th and N 136th

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will soon be repaving Greenwood Ave N between N 112th and N 136th streets. Construction is expected to begin sometime in mid to late July and finish in late September or early October, a period of about two and a half months. SDOT’s contractor will remove the top several…

MAYOR MOVES TO ABOLISH DISTRICT COUNCILS

Lots of articles yesterday on this subject. Here is one: Seattle City Council Insight by  Kevin Schofield Late this afternoon, Mayor Murray dropped a bombshell on the District Councils — quite literally. He blew them up. Murray signed an executive order directing the Department of Neighborhoods to reallocate resources — including staff —  away from the…

Invite from Compass Housing to engage in a project in Broadview!

Here is a link if you can’t see the flyer: Open House flyer for Compass Housing

Want some free trees? Street tree application starts July 18

information from City of Seattle Trees for Neighborhoods is the City of Seattle’s residential tree planting project. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has helped Seattle residents plant over 6,300 trees in their yards and along the street. That’s 6,300 more trees working to clean our air and water, make our streets more walkable, and our…

Summer here! Events and News around the City.

Seattle Department of Neighborhood Northend   MAJOR SEATTLE EVENTS Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival: July 2-4 (Learn More) Seafair Summer Fourth: July 4 (Learn More) West Seattle Summer Fest: July 8-10 (Learn More) Polish Festival Seattle: July 9 (Learn More) Chef in the Garden: July 14 (Learn More)   ADD YOUR VOICE The City of…

A thoughtful evening on Seattle’s Housing Affordability

Join Seattle for Everyone and Bellwether Housing for a thoughtful evening on Seattle’s housing affordability at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood. June 27th from 7-8:30 PM at Naked City Brewery, 8564 Greenwood Ave N Seattle is growing twice as fast as projected and yet building less than half the housing it needs for…

NW 120th Street Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project Update

You’re invited: Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has finished design of the NW 120th Street and 9th Avenue NW Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project and will begin construction in August 2016. The project team will host a walk and talk from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, to answer questions about the project and…

Updates on a neighborhood Project: SafeonThird

Want a Crosswalk on 130th? What about a stop sign on 3rd and 130th? SDOT is currently doing a traffic study at this intersection. Right now, there is a camera counting pedestrian crossing at 3rd and 130th. The camera will be up for the next week or so. If people are seen crossing here and…

What’s all the talk about the N Precinct Station…..

  Just when you think something is a done deal with Our City! I have included a letter of support from Broadview Community Council to the City Council, a direct link to our City site on the North Precinct Station and links to  articles this week on N Precinct Station. Here is a link to the letter of…

Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

The new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant

This summer, the new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant, Jessica Chandler, will be conducting focus groups. She is interested in talking to all the micro-communities in the North Precinct area about knowledge of the Micro-Community Policing Plan, interactions with the Seattle Police Department, crime and safety concerns and suggested improvements for each of our unique…

Repaving Greenwood Ave N between 112th and N 136th

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will soon be repaving Greenwood Ave N between N 112th and N 136th streets. Construction is expected to begin sometime in mid to late July and finish in late September or early October, a period of about two and a half months. SDOT’s contractor will remove the top several…

MAYOR MOVES TO ABOLISH DISTRICT COUNCILS

Lots of articles yesterday on this subject. Here is one: Seattle City Council Insight by  Kevin Schofield Late this afternoon, Mayor Murray dropped a bombshell on the District Councils — quite literally. He blew them up. Murray signed an executive order directing the Department of Neighborhoods to reallocate resources — including staff —  away from the…

Invite from Compass Housing to engage in a project in Broadview!

Here is a link if you can’t see the flyer: Open House flyer for Compass Housing

Want some free trees? Street tree application starts July 18

information from City of Seattle Trees for Neighborhoods is the City of Seattle’s residential tree planting project. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has helped Seattle residents plant over 6,300 trees in their yards and along the street. That’s 6,300 more trees working to clean our air and water, make our streets more walkable, and our…

Summer here! Events and News around the City.

Seattle Department of Neighborhood Northend   MAJOR SEATTLE EVENTS Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival: July 2-4 (Learn More) Seafair Summer Fourth: July 4 (Learn More) West Seattle Summer Fest: July 8-10 (Learn More) Polish Festival Seattle: July 9 (Learn More) Chef in the Garden: July 14 (Learn More)   ADD YOUR VOICE The City of…

A thoughtful evening on Seattle’s Housing Affordability

Join Seattle for Everyone and Bellwether Housing for a thoughtful evening on Seattle’s housing affordability at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood. June 27th from 7-8:30 PM at Naked City Brewery, 8564 Greenwood Ave N Seattle is growing twice as fast as projected and yet building less than half the housing it needs for…

NW 120th Street Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project Update

You’re invited: Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has finished design of the NW 120th Street and 9th Avenue NW Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project and will begin construction in August 2016. The project team will host a walk and talk from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, to answer questions about the project and…

Updates on a neighborhood Project: SafeonThird

Want a Crosswalk on 130th? What about a stop sign on 3rd and 130th? SDOT is currently doing a traffic study at this intersection. Right now, there is a camera counting pedestrian crossing at 3rd and 130th. The camera will be up for the next week or so. If people are seen crossing here and…

What’s all the talk about the N Precinct Station…..

  Just when you think something is a done deal with Our City! I have included a letter of support from Broadview Community Council to the City Council, a direct link to our City site on the North Precinct Station and links to  articles this week on N Precinct Station. Here is a link to the letter of…

Author Archives: Susan George

One of my passions is community service. It is very gratifying to be a part of the Broadview Community Council, Broadview Sewer Task Force and to have helped with launching our Broadviewseattle.org website. Preserving the infrastructure of our neighborhood is important to all of us in maintaining the value of our homes. For most of us, our homes are our most valuable asset. I love living in Broadview. It is an area of Seattle where home lots are larger and the trees are big. I think a vast part of Broadview has an urban small farm/bed community feeling. I tend a large garden, raise hens and keep bees on my spare time. Also I love spending time with my family who also live in Broadview. Education: I studied Interior Design at Cornish College of Arts and I’m the proprietor of SeattleSue Design. Professional: I’m a real estate broker for Coldwell Banker Bain, the world's most productive residential real estate company. My referral-based real estate practice has been built over the last 20 years on a foundation of client advocacy, knowledge and ethical business practices. My expertise is managing complex real estate transactions. The best part is the continuation of relationships with my clients after closings in helping them with their home designing.

The new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant

This summer, the new North Precinct MCPP Research Assistant, Jessica Chandler, will be conducting focus groups. She is interested in talking to all the micro-communities in the North Precinct area about knowledge of the Micro-Community Policing Plan, interactions with the Seattle Police Department, crime and safety concerns and suggested improvements for each of our unique…

Repaving Greenwood Ave N between 112th and N 136th

The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will soon be repaving Greenwood Ave N between N 112th and N 136th streets. Construction is expected to begin sometime in mid to late July and finish in late September or early October, a period of about two and a half months. SDOT’s contractor will remove the top several…

MAYOR MOVES TO ABOLISH DISTRICT COUNCILS

Lots of articles yesterday on this subject. Here is one: Seattle City Council Insight by  Kevin Schofield Late this afternoon, Mayor Murray dropped a bombshell on the District Councils — quite literally. He blew them up. Murray signed an executive order directing the Department of Neighborhoods to reallocate resources — including staff —  away from the…

Invite from Compass Housing to engage in a project in Broadview!

Here is a link if you can’t see the flyer: Open House flyer for Compass Housing

Want some free trees? Street tree application starts July 18

information from City of Seattle Trees for Neighborhoods is the City of Seattle’s residential tree planting project. Since 2009, Trees for Neighborhoods has helped Seattle residents plant over 6,300 trees in their yards and along the street. That’s 6,300 more trees working to clean our air and water, make our streets more walkable, and our…

Summer here! Events and News around the City.

Seattle Department of Neighborhood Northend   MAJOR SEATTLE EVENTS Lake Union Wooden Boat Festival: July 2-4 (Learn More) Seafair Summer Fourth: July 4 (Learn More) West Seattle Summer Fest: July 8-10 (Learn More) Polish Festival Seattle: July 9 (Learn More) Chef in the Garden: July 14 (Learn More)   ADD YOUR VOICE The City of…

A thoughtful evening on Seattle’s Housing Affordability

Join Seattle for Everyone and Bellwether Housing for a thoughtful evening on Seattle’s housing affordability at Naked City Brewery & Taphouse in Greenwood. June 27th from 7-8:30 PM at Naked City Brewery, 8564 Greenwood Ave N Seattle is growing twice as fast as projected and yet building less than half the housing it needs for…

NW 120th Street Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project Update

You’re invited: Seattle Public Utilities (SPU) has finished design of the NW 120th Street and 9th Avenue NW Outfall and Drainage Improvements Project and will begin construction in August 2016. The project team will host a walk and talk from 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 20, to answer questions about the project and…

Updates on a neighborhood Project: SafeonThird

Want a Crosswalk on 130th? What about a stop sign on 3rd and 130th? SDOT is currently doing a traffic study at this intersection. Right now, there is a camera counting pedestrian crossing at 3rd and 130th. The camera will be up for the next week or so. If people are seen crossing here and…

What’s all the talk about the N Precinct Station…..

  Just when you think something is a done deal with Our City! I have included a letter of support from Broadview Community Council to the City Council, a direct link to our City site on the North Precinct Station and links to  articles this week on N Precinct Station. Here is a link to the letter of…