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Op-Ed: Council Vice-Chair urges Mayor to veto LFP Conservation Cluster Housing ordinance

SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2018 Tom French is Lake Forest Park City Council Vice-Chair and 49-year LFP resident By Tom French   I am urging Mayor Johnson to veto the recently amended and passed Lake Forest Park Conservation Cluster Housing ordinance.   Despite a clear understanding at a recent Committee of...

Letter to the Editor: The LFP City Council is planning to bring multi-family housing to your neighborhood

To the Editor: The [Lake Forest Park City] council is revising a Variance Ordinance entitled “Conservation Cluster Housing.” It would allow up to ten multi-family units to be built on single-family lots anywhere in LFP. This new ordinance, if allowed as written, will change the character of Lake Forest Park,...

Views of Lake Forest Park by Asahel Curtis (1910)

This is a reproduction of the original promotional brochure titled “Views of Lake Forest Park by Asahel Curtis” and published by Ole Hanson in 1910 to promote Lake Forest Park as a residential Park. From The Seattle Times, Sept 4, 1910: Asahel Curtis, the artist, went out one day and...

Improving the Health of the Sammamish River, One Derelict Boat at a Time

[TEXT FROM CITY OF KENMORE NEWSLETTER 11/17/2017] Last week, in cooperation with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR), the City worked with global environmental services company National Resource Corporation (NRC) to remove a derelict boat from the Sammamish River. The tedious task involved removing a partially sunken 50-foot Bullnose Chris-Craft that...

“Town Crier” by Tony Angell

This stone statue of a raven titled “Town Crier” is on display in Lake Forest Park City Hall. It was given to the city by the local  artist Tony Angell in 1990. For more information about the artist, please visit their web site below. Tony Angell: Master Artist http://www.tonyangell.net/    

City of Lake Forest Park Council Special Meeting – Agenda 11/16

City of Lake Forest Park CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING Thursday, November 16, 2017 7:00 p.m. City Hall Council Chambers 17425 Ballinger Way NE   AGENDA 7:00 p.m. Call to Order Pledge of Allegiance Adoption of Agenda Citizen Comments (Each speaker has three minutes to comment.) Ordinances and Resolutions Resolution 1655/Adopting...