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We received an email from My Ballard reader Katherine to report that package thieves are back in the neighborhood near her home at 14th Ave NW and NW 60th St. Having seen this article , I am writing in about my and my neighbors' recent package thefts. Five days ago, someone swiped a package my girlfriend ordered. Comment?
A My Ballard reader wrote in this morning to report another package theft in our neighborhood, this time from an apartment building at NW58th St and 22nd Ave NW. "Not sure if there's been another rash of package theft, but it's happened with two of my Amazon deliveries twice this week. Comment?
"Rents have increased quickly in Seattle and it has created a strain on many budgets. We can't ease everyone's housing budget, but hopefully someone's situation could be drastically improved," writes the anonymous building owner who will donate their unit to the winner. Comment?
The folks at Ballard salon, VAIN , are hosting a month-long coat drive to support those in need within our community. Through November locals can drop off clean, gently used or new winter coats for men, women and children at any VAIN location, Ballard included. Comment?
Ballard may just have a new mascot: he's the hip lutefisk, and he's here to direct you to the trendiest bars, shops, and cafes our 'hood has to offer. The gelatinous Nordic delicacy-turned-icon is the brainchild of Seattleite Guide and Y-Design , created by Max Olson from Y-Design. Comment?
The Seattle School District wants to double the size of Loyal Heights Elementary, and they are requesting a waiver from city zoning regulations to begin the rebuild. There will be a meeting to discuss the request at the Loyal Heights Elementary School lunchroom on September 15 at 6:30 p.m. The district is anticipating an expected enrollment increase from 450 to 660 students in the coming years, and the plans include a three-story addition onto the original building and modernizing the current structure. Comment?
There's only a week left to submit applications for the annual SDOT PARK Day , where on-street parking spots are transformed into small themed public hangouts. This year's city-wide event takes place September 18, with extended hours from 10:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Last year's PARK Day was Seattle's biggest yet, with 50 pop-up parks across the city. Comment?
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