Puget Neighborhood Association Meeting - Tuesday September 21st at 6:30PM AGENDA: · Welcome · Treasurer Report · Melisa Bird, Road 2 Home · Doug Gustafson, Swift Haven · Don Diebert, Working Group Update · Steve James, MNAC Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/95063764276?pwd=N3RlUm02ckJzZ2YzcmsyckVtdzlRZz09
"Site preparations for Gardenview Village Site preparations are underway for the new Gardenview Tiny House Village in Bellingham, with the tiny houses due to be delivered in mid-August and the first residents expected to occupy them in October. Partner agencies contracted with the City to operate the village are seeking volunteers and donations to support [...]
The City of Bellingham is pleased to announce a partnership with service provider Low Income Housing Institute (LIHI) and local agency Road2Home to establish a tiny house village for qualified residents, expected to open late spring 2021. The City proposes to host the new tiny house village at 1399 Woburn Street, the former site of [...]
The Mayor of Bellingham announces temporary use of Civic Athletic Complex for temporary winter shelter. "Up to 28 people who are homeless will stay at a temporary winter shelter at Frank Geri Softball Fields on Puget Street, according to an email from the Bellingham mayor’s office on Thursday, Dec. 10. Bellingham nonprofit HomesNOW! will operate [...]
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The CA Ventures project on Lincoln Street just south of Fred Meyer continues. They have submitted an amended application that (among other things) reduces the number of entrances from the project from two to one. The city is accepting public comment until July 7. If you have an opinion, it's time to chime in. You [...]
We have recently learned that CA Ventures has purchased the property on Lincoln just south of Fred Meyer. They purchased both the sites -- the one originally targeted for student development next to Fred's as well as the one further south which was targeted for general apartment housing. Under the original approval, there were a [...]
Today, a neighbor submitted information to the Puget Neighborhood Association Board about a strange event that happened at her house last night. I thought this might be the start of a discussion about Neighborhood Safety Issues.
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What effect did you see from the fireworks ban this year?