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2017 Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance Annual Report

FINN HILL NEIGHBORHOOD ALLIANCE – 2017 ANNUAL REPORT Annual Report PDF Neighborhood Plan/Holmes Point Tree Ordinance (HPO) • Attended and spoke at Planning Commission meetings in January, March, April, June, August September, and October on neighborhood plan; co-hosted (with City) community meeting on plan...

Annual Report 2016

Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance (November 2015- November 2016) Cohesive Community Connected by Woodlands & Waterways Committed to Neighborhood Stewardship “The mission of the Finn Hill Neighborhood Alliance is to coordinate our active community of residents and regional partners to preserve,...

Finn Hill on the Sept 28 Planning Commission Agenda

The next Planning Commission meeting will be a held on Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 7:00pm in the Kirkland City Hall Council Chambers. The meeting agenda and packet are available online. The Finn Hill portion of the meeting covers the following topics in order to proceed with adoption of the Finn Hill...

Holmes Point residents: Tell the Planning Commission what you think about preserving trees and downzoning parts of the neighborhood

Dear Holmes Point neighbors: Following up on yesterday’s message about the Planning Commission meeting on Thursday night, we’re posting a copy of FHNA’s letter to the Commission regarding the Holmes Point Overlay ordinance (HPO). Click here to read it. To help you get up to speed, we’re providing a quick...

Holmes Point tree ordinance: important meeting at Planning Commission on Thursday Aug 24

Dear Finn Hill Neighbors: For all of you who came to DennyFest on Sunday, thanks for joining us at O.O. Denny Park — and if you stood in line waiting for food, thank you for your patience! Looking forward, we’re alerting you to several important meetings about the neighborhood plan and Holmes...

Bulletin: Bothell Council to vote on preserving Wayne Golf Course on June 20 (Tuesday)

Dear Finn Hill Neighbors: Wayne Golf Course, which straddles the Sammamish Slough at Bothell Way and the north end of 100th, was slated for development a few years ago, until a group of neighbors — OneBothell — stepped up. With Forterra’s help, they bought time to gather funding for a...

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