Port Gardner Neighborhood
Association News
www.port-gardner.org March 2015
Monday, March 9, 7 PM
Jackson School Cafeteria
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Charles St. P-Patch Garden Plots Available
If the mild winter has you thinking about gardening, but you need a place to do...
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Port Gardner, Everett - March 2015 Newsletter

March 2015 newsletter for Everett, Washington's Port Gardner neighborhood
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
Published in: News & Politics      
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Transcripts - Port Gardner, Everett - March 2015 Newsletter

  • 1. Port Gardner Neighborhood Association News www.port-gardner.org March 2015 Monday, March 9, 7 PM Jackson School Cafeteria 3700 Federal Ave. 7:00 Police Report 7:15 Kevin Fagerstrom, Code Enforcement 7:45 Announcements 7:55 Socialize – refreshments Code Enforcement – Keeping Up the Neighborhood Join us for an informative session about how the city uses codes, support, and persuasion to gain compliance on property maintenance and residential safety. Learn about the due process hearings and other tools to keep properties maintained. Everett’s Code Enforcement Unit supervisor, Kevin Fagerstrom, will update us on current challenges in the Port Gardner neighborhood, including success stories, bank foreclosures, absentee landlords, and how neighbors can help improve appearances in Everett’s neighborhoods. Depot Park Work Party – March 14 On Saturday, March 14, from 10 AM until Noon, Depot Park will be hosting a volunteer work party. If you have some time to help get this beautiful garden ready for spring, come and join in the weeding, pruning, and planting. Depot Park is located at the south end of the old Amtrak station on Bond St. Daffodils are now in full bloom, so even if you can’t join the volunteers on the 14th, stop by sometime and watch the spring flowering progress. Contact Linden Kimbrough with questions at 425 317-0705 or lhkimbrough@frontier.com. Please note the location change for March is back to Jackson School!!
  • 2. Charles St. P-Patch Garden Plots Available If the mild winter has you thinking about gardening, but you need a place to do it, consider renting one of the already established, raised-bed plots in the Charles St P-Patch garden. It’s a sunny location immediately below Jackson Elementary School. Suggested donation for a plot is $25/year. If interested, please contact Pete Oettinger at 425 422-5666 or oettingers@comcast.net. PGNA Executive Board Andrea Tucker, CHAIR, CON everettareahomes@gmail.com 425 870-6699 Sheryl Becker, TREASURER shebec1@frontier.com 425 259-2196 Dean Smith, Vice Chair deansmith4@mac.com 425 328-9979 Victor Harris, CON victorcharris@hotmail.com 425 760-4064 Police Sargent Mike Braley mbraley@everettwa.gov 425 257-8474 Contact any of us or write to PGNA, PO Box 13032, Everett, WA 98206.

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