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145th Street Corridor Study Open House

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When
Where
Shoreline City Hall
17500 Midvale Ave N

On May 20th, the city will host an open house regarding the 145th Street Multimodal Corridor Study currently being performed by the City of Shoreline.

145th St Corridor Study map

145th Street (SR 523), which borders Shoreline and Seattle, is a major east-west travel corridor connecting north King County with Aurora Avenue (SR-99), Lake City Way (SR 422), and a future light rail station near I-5. The City of Shoreline is leading a corridor study to address traffic congestion, and improve safe pedestrian, bike and transit access.

If you have questions, please contact Catherine Lander at clander@shorelinewa.gov or (206) 801-2415.

North City Summer Picnic

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When
Where
North City Elementary School
816 NE 190th St
(on the playfield)

The North City Neighborhood Association will be hosting a family picnic this summer on the evening of Thursday, July 30, from 6–8pm. We will be providing barbecue sandwiches, fresh popped popcorn — and a bouncy house!

  • Get to know your North City neighbors
  • Games for kids
  • Music
  • Potluck — please bring a side dish, salad, or dessert for 12

Help Out!

Volunteers are need to help with food service, running the bouncy house and other tasks. Want to help out? Call Victoria at (206) 501-9121, or email northcityneighbors@gmail.com.

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185th Street “Planned Action” Challenged in Court

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The fight over the rezoning around the planned 185th Street light rail station is, apparently, not over.

On Monday, the Shoreline Preservation Society (SPS) filed a Complaint for Declaratory Judgment against the City of Shoreline. The action seeks to nullify the “planned action ordinance” (Ord. No. 707) which was adopted by the City Council on March 16. SPS has also filed a challenge to Ord. No 707 with the Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearings Board.

For more information, including the legal documents that were filed with King County, or if you would like to support their efforts, see the SPS blog.