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    The Living Garden: A Sustainable Seasonal Resource for the Eastlake Community

    A warm hello to the renowned Eastlake gardening community! I’m a local writer, horticulturist and owner of Flower Moon Gardens, an ecologically minded garden design-and-care business; this is the first installment of what I hope will be an enjoyable, useful, and empowering guide to making your garden a sustainable and welcoming haven for you, your […] More

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    Sneak Peak of Aegis Living Lake Union

    Eastlake Board Members got a sneak peak of Aegis Senior Living Center on Lake Union. Aegis will have an open house for the public this Saturday, August 13, from 1 to 4. You can also schedule a tour via their website. The building has assisted living and memory care. Aegis will care for residents through […] More

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    City’s Draft Plan Splits Eastlake in Two

    Tuesday evening, August 2, just as many Eastlakers were gathered enjoying the annual Night Out event for neighborhoods, the Seattle City Council Redistricting Commission was also meeting and presenting a draft map for consideration. That map did not bode well for the neighborhood.  After discussion from all Commission members about the need to not split neighborhoods […] More

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    The “Eye-Stopper” in Eastlake is Landmarked

    On Wednesday, June 15, the Seattle Landmarks Preservation Board voted unanimously to designate the Steinhart Theriault & Anderson Office Building at 1264 Eastlake Ave. E. an official Seattle Landmark; it had always been an unofficial one. “It’s quite literally a landmark as you turn that bend from Fairview Ave. coming around that corner,” noted one […] More

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    Consider running for the ECC Board of Directors

    The Eastlake Community Council is seeking board member nominations – open positions are Vice President (editor’s note: VP filled as of 7/26), Secretary, and at least two at large positions. Board members are encouraged to contribute time to their particular interest or skill area and need to be able to attend monthly board meetings.  ECC’s […] More

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