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We encourage you to vote “YES” for Measure-26-209. Mailers for the May 19, 2020 Primary Election are on their way to your mailbox. This measure is a continuation of the Fixing Our Streets fuel tax for repairing city streets. In addition to providing critical revenue to repair potholes, fund Safe Routes to School, complete missing links in our sidewalk network, and provide new traffic signals & street lights, the program will provide a low-stress route for students of Franklin High to safely travel to & from the Mt. Scott-Arleta.
Read more about Measure 26-209 & Fixing Our Streets at https://fixingourstreets.com
If you’ve ever walked, biked, skateboarded or driven past SE 72nd & Woodstock Boulevard, you’ve seen the Arleta Triangle. Lots of folks see it every day and don’t know that it’s a project of your Mt. Scott-Arleta Neighborhood Association.
Volunteers give a few hours to maintain the space every month. From planting native plants, to picking up litter, to big projects — it’s all done by our neighbors.
But we’re going to need a LOT of neighbors on Sept. 29th to accomplish our biggest project yet – installing a new brick patio in the center of the space. Volunteers will be needed to move blocks, set the blocks, and make sure everything is level.
If you can help, sign up now on our Facebook event. We’re going to need at least 20 volunteers committed to get the project done. We’ll provide coffee, snacks, and a Mt. Scott-Arleta neighborhood t-shirt for everyone who participates! Contact Meghan Humphreys at email@example.com if you have questions about volunteering.