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Entries from March 2011

UW Police car hits two pedestrians

March 5th, 2011 by master

Just after 1am this morning (3/5), an unmarked UWPD patrol car with two officers inside was responding to back up Seattle Police officers involved in a disturbance near 7th Avenue NE and I-5. The UWPD patrol car ended up colliding with another vehicle in the intersection of University Way and NE 45th Street.

After the collision, the UWPD patrol car veered southwest, striking two adult male pedestrians who were standing at the corner of the intersection. The patrol car came to rest after hitting the American Apparel store. Both pedestrians were taken to Harborview for non-life threatening injuries. No one else was seriously hurt.

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Rasmussen visits U-District

March 4th, 2011 by master

Seattle City Councilman Tom Rasmussen will be in the U-District this Saturday (3/5) as part of his tour across the city. These informal conversations are in response to the outpouring of residents who attended his neighborhood chats last fall. All topics are on the table. You can drop by the University Branch Library at 5009 Roosevelt Way from 2pm to 3:30pm.

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Friday Family Flicks

March 3rd, 2011 by master

How about a family movie night for $1 a person? You’re invited to Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center for a feature presentation and a light snack this Friday (3/4) at 6:30pm. “Monsters, Inc” will be playing. Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center is located at 6535 Ravenna Ave. NE. You can call 206-684-7534 if you need more information.

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Neptune makeover about to begin

March 1st, 2011 by master

Seattle Theatre Group (STG) is about to start work to transform the Neptune Theatre. They’ll use the spring and summer months to test the venue, with a grand opening set for the fall of this year.

After being closed as a movie house, the new Neptune will feature concerts, independent films, comedy and speakers, and fine arts. STG says it plans to reconfigure the room while preserving the historic venue. STG needs to raise $400,000 to support the transformation of the Neptune. You can find more information here.

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Pay your library fees online

March 1st, 2011 by master

No need to make a trip to the library to pay a fine, the Seattle Public Library is now accepting payments online.

In addition to paying fines and fees online, Library cardholders can also add funds to their account for computer printing. Credit and debit card payments are processed through PayPal, but a PayPal account is not necessary. There is no service charge to make a payment online, but a minimum payment of $1 is required.

Payments are also accepted in person by cash, check or money order at any Library location during regular operating hours. Payments can be mailed by check or money order to: Attention Borrower Services, The Seattle Public Library, 1000 Fourth Ave., Seattle, WA 98104. Mailed payments must include a Library card number; payees will receive a receipt by mail.

Credit card payments are not accepted in person or by phone.

You can make payments to your account here. For more information about making payments online, Ask a Librarian or call 206-386-4636.

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