Monthly Archives: September 2014

The Victory Heights Community Council versus The World Crime League

It may not be a conspiracy, but the level of crime in Victory Heights lately has been unsettling to attendees of last night’s Victory Heights Community Council. Read the full minutes of last night’s meeting. Back at its regular meeting … Continue reading

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Northgate Library Hosts Robin Williams Film Festival

The Northgate library branch is having a Robin Williams Film Festival starting Sunday with “Aladdin,” his 1992 Disney hit where he played the Genie. The Robin Williams Tribute film series will include: “Aladdin,” 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. … Continue reading

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New Traffic Circle on 23rd Avenue NE

After many years of effort by the community, the new traffic circle on 23rd Avenue NE and NE 105th Street was put in by the city finally.  The circle was installed right after the Labor Day weekend, although funding was … Continue reading

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Upcoming Events Calendar

Here are activities in and around Victory Heights that might interest you: Saturday, September 6, Northaven Neighborhood Picnic. 11:30 AM – 2: 30 PM. Music and food, $8 for adults, $4 for children 3-12. Wednesday, September 10, Northgate Bridge Briefing, … Continue reading

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New Bridge Over Creek Open; Students A No Show

The new pedestrian bridge over Thornton Creek at the Knickerbocker Natural Area (20th Avenue NE) was open for business this morning but no students heading towards Sacajawea Elementary School turned up. As construction crews paused for an hour for the … Continue reading

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