Monday, November 29, 2010
Laura Thayer, Acting Director/Museum Programs Manager
Eastern Washington State Historical Society/
Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture
2316 W. First Avenue
Spokane, WA 99201
Doug and Jonathan,
We are scheduled for Browne’s Addition plowing on Tuesday and Wednesday. We’ll do north-south streets on Tuesday and east-west streets on Wednesday. Cars will need to be moved to accommodate the plows or they will be towed.
I will send out the information to the media in the next few minutes. We’ll post to the web, tweet, email out to everyone who has an email on file with us, and add to Metroguide on CityCable 5, etc.
Of course, whatever you can do on your ends will be very helpful, too.
Sunday, November 28, 2010
2315 W First (across from the Campbell House)
We will take care of business from 6:30 to 7:00, then uncork the festivities.
Bring something to drink and an appetizer or dessert to share and plan for fun!
See you there..
Saturday, November 27, 2010
From: Feist, Marlene
Sent: Sat 11/27/2010 10:21 AM
To: Feist, Marlene
Subject: Updated snow removal info from City of Spokane - 10:30 a.m.
I've updated our release from this morning. We will start in residential plow routes 22, 23, and 24 at about noon. These areas typically don't have a lot of people who park on the street so the plows shouldn't have trouble. Check out the map at http://www.spokanestreetdepartment.org/documents/snowroutemap.pdf to see the route numbers. We should have 40 pieces of equipment out on the streets by around noon, including plows, graders, and de-icers.
Also, Street Department officials are reminding people not to blow or shovel snow into the street. Please shovel or blow your snow into your yards. That helps minimize the snow that the plows will push onto sidewalks or the end of driveways.
Thanks to all for your help in getting the word out.
Public Affairs Officer
City of Spokane
Tuesday, November 23, 2010
- Installing the plow blades on the City’s dump trucks.
- Purchasing de-icer and sand.
- Stocking up on tire chains, shovels, and other winter equipment.
- Ensuring contracts are in place with private contractors who would supplement City snow removal crews during Stage 2 snow emergencies.
- Changing our employee schedules in the Street Department to provide 20-hour-a-day coverage.
- Beginning 24-7 monitoring of weather conditions.
- Make sure they have adequate snow supplies at home—shovels, along with sand or de-icer are a good start.
- Ensure that vehicles are equipped for snow. Tires should be aggressive enough for winter weather and throw a few basic supplies in the trunk, including a blanket, a shovel, and some traction sand.
- Check with neighbors who might need assistance keeping their driveways and sidewalks clear of snow and ice. Offer to help them throughout the winter season.
- Familiarize themselves with the parking restrictions during snow emergencies. Those who park on an arterial or fixed STA bus route must move their cars within 6 hours of a declared Stage 1 snow emergency. During a Stage 2 snow emergency which includes a full-City plow, residents need to park on the even side of the street for the 2010-11 winter in residential areas until the plows complete their work.
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
The second Friday of the month is coming up; so that means its time for another BeGin!
The fun starts at 6pm and lasts till 8pm at the MAC. The music act this time is Jesi B. and the All Rites. They are an original psychedelic blues funk band from Coeur d'Alene.
Admission is free. See you there! RSVP on Facebook
Monday, November 1, 2010
Please plan to come and learn how you can make Browne's Addition an even better place to live!
Sunday, October 3, 2010
We will be gathering this Wednesday, October 6, 2010 at the Museum of Arts and Culture on 1st and Hemlock from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
This month we will have Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich and Commissioner Mark Richard on hand to discuss the county's Community Corrections strategic plan.
Plus news about the Fall clean up, and the allocations for our Community Development human services allocation. (Proposals for the human services allocations are available prior to the meeting. Please contact our Community Development Neighborhood Coordinator, Ryan Nash, if you would like to review them. email@example.com
Lots of stuff, but pretty interesting, too. Don't miss it!
See you there, neighbor!
Thursday, September 23, 2010
This event is coordinated annually by Friends of the Falls–which works to engage people directly with the Spokane River so they will love it and work to keep it clean, safe and accessible for generations to come–with the assistance of dozens of partner organizations.
Online registration is open now at www.friendsofthefalls.org. Please register in advance but Browns Addition walk-in registrants are welcome the day of the event.
In 2009 750+ people (including Browns Addition residents), collected over eight tons of trash, over two tons of it recycled.
I hope Browns Addition residents make a strong showing!
Friday, September 17, 2010
We will be helping rake leaves, pick trash on the bluff, and anything else that jumps out.
If you are interested we will meet at 10 am by the Tully's on Pacific.
If you have any questions feel free to call Ryan Nash at 509 280 2732
See you there!
Monday, August 30, 2010
This should be a fun time as we learn about the Overlook Park, concert series, and have a couple of visitors. And come learn what happened to the bees that used to live at Overlook Park.
A lot to pack in.
We look forward to seeing you, neighbor.
Wednesday, July 28, 2010
An acupuncturist by day, a singer/songwriter by nights and weekends, Angela Marie is wowed by her current band. All songs performed by AMP are written by Angela Marie. The songs are inspired by world travels, love and mystery of daily life and the beauty of the Northwest.
**Thanks to Sherry Pratt Van Voorhis, P.S., The Elk, Cafe Luna and The Lands Council for making this night happen!
Monday, June 28, 2010
BIG RED BARN
A funky blend of bluegrass, blues, country, and jazz!
Family Night with Jenks, children’s music that really
rocks! Crafts, games, bounce house, splash pad, and
more! Bring the whole family and a picnic dinner! Free!
HOT CLUB OF SPOKANE
Toe-tapping Hot Jazz, guaranteed to get you dancing!
Bike to Concert Night featuring local band Mon Cheri!
Hop on your bike and ride on down for some of
Spokane’s best indie pop!
ANGELA MARIE PROJECT
Meet up at 5PM at Overlook Park for a tour of the
refinished park and trail system. Walk to CDA Park at
6PM for eclectic groove rock with Angela Marie!
Spokane’s only Klezmer Folk band!
CAMILLE BLOOM Edgy acoustic rock from Seattle!
AUG 19 LOS VIGILES
Latin Night! Get ready to dance to Flamenco and Latin
Rhythm with Hispanic Food Network and DeLeon Foods.
AUG 26 6 FOOT SWING
Spokane’s own sizzling "East Coast" vintage swing jazz!
CONCERTS START AT 6PM IN THE PARK IN BROWNE’S ADDITION
Thursday, May 27, 2010
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
- Community Dinner
- Neighborhood Yard Sale
- Appliance pick-up
Lots of stuff for folks to do! The neighborhood only works when we all chip in. This Wednesday is a great place to start..
See you then.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
We will be discussing, among other things, the big weekend coming up with the community dinner, yard sale, and curbside clean-up.
This is a great time to get connected to the neighborhood.
See you there!
Monday, March 8, 2010
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
Important topics include the decision on the bus route STA made, updates on the Garden, and exciting news about Overlook Park!
Also, the concert series planning is moving ahead, and Sarah will have some news about ways all of us can help make it another successful season!
See you there!
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Sunday, January 3, 2010
While there are some important issues before the neighborhood, we also want to take this opportunity to look at how we communicate in the 'hood. We have many different and poorly integrated methods (direct mail, flyers, the Blog, a Facebook page), but not a clear model for how we let folks know what is going on. This discussion leads as well to our very organizational structure: is the chair, vice chair, etc. still the way a neighborhood should be organized in 2010, or is there a more flattened and structure that would do us well?
The point is that the neighborhood doesn't exist for the Neighborhood Council, but the other way around. Maybe we can do things better and more responsively.
come and offer some ideas and suggestions for how we can be a more communicative neighborhood.