Our neighborhood, centered around the Miller
Community Center and Miller Playfield, is at the junction
of Seattle's Central and Capitol Hill neighborhoods. We picture it to extend
from East Mercer Street to East Pine Street and from 18th Avenue
E. to 24th Avenue East. Here's a brief
history of our association. and here
are some old newsletters.
Our association meets (very occasionally) at
the Miller Community Center (330
- 19th Avenue East, phone 684-4753) at 7 PM
Contact Andrew Taylor,
Neighborhood Association Chair, to see what's going on, or to
get on the mailing list, or for anything else.
They're neighbors from the 20th & Denny area, mainly from
the Prince of Wales apartments and from the Miller Mews townhouses.
In their own words:
" We're in the processing of adopting 20th between
Madison and John and East Denny between 19th and 21st, basically
the epicenter of the warzone."
They had a well-attended neighborhood cleanup and BBQ on Saturday
April 30th. You can read about their efforts in this Capitol Hill Times article, or you can
be low-tech and pick up the May 4th Capitol Hill Times.
In that issue you can also read this thoughtful guest column by MADCAP
member Bronwyn Doyle.
(you have to register online with the Capitol Hill Times
to read the articles, but they don't annoy you as a result!)
Seattle Community Network: links
to Central Seattle neighborhood websites
Central Neighborhood Association (E-mail Mark
Petrak, Association chair) :" a citizen group of neighbors,
businesses,and property owners from 19th to 27th, along E Cherry
to Pine St. We have been working together to build community for
over 16 years."
The Capitol Hill Community Council has an E-mail
news list that you shold subscribe to.
Eastlake Community Council
Montlake Community Club website
(MANY useful links)
Squire Park Community Council
Neighbors Website: run by a realtor: recipes, free personal
ads, announcements, etc.
You can send US-mail to:
Chair, Miller Park Neighborhood Association
c/o 330- 19th Ave E.
Seattle, WA 98112
Site updated 3/17/05
Finally, remember this
important message, cast in stone (OK, concrete) by neighborhood
builder and activist Marty
Fall 99 Miller Times Newsletter,: redevelopment,
Mt. Zion Curb Bulb, Fountain plans
Spring 96 Miller Times: Neighborhood
Planning, Sex Offenders, CHHIP
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