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Magazine names Donna Hartmann-Miller as Maple Leaf's neighborhood hero

December 14th, 2012 · 10 Comments

Maple Leaf now has a “neighborhood hero,” named by Seattle magazine earlier this morning. She’s Donna Hartmann-Miller, shown here in her trademark Park Suit. (Photo courtesy Dane Doerflinger Photography.) The magazine piece notes Donna is a member of the Maple Leaf Community Council (as is her husband, David Miller) and works at Maple Leaf Ace […]

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Magazine names Donna Hartmann-Miller as Maple Leaf’s neighborhood hero

December 14th, 2012 · 10 Comments

Maple Leaf now has a “neighborhood hero,” named by Seattle magazine earlier this morning. She’s Donna Hartmann-Miller, shown here in her trademark Park Suit. (Photo courtesy Dane Doerflinger Photography.) The magazine piece notes Donna is a member of the Maple Leaf Community Council (as is her husband, David Miller) and works at Maple Leaf Ace […]

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Meet new Maple Leaf Community Council executive board member Donna Hartmann-Miller

May 2nd, 2011 · 1 Comment

If you don’t already know Donna Hartmann-Miller, who as a proud Maple Leaf resident heads the Friends for a Greater Maple Leaf Park committee and has been quoted in Seattle Met’s Best Places to Live piece, here’s your chance to get to know one of the newest additions to the Maple Leaf Community Council Executive Board: Full name: […]

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More on the Maple Leaf Community Council

May 22nd, 2017 · No Comments

Since our last post, we’ve received this email: This is Jason Beardriel, the new president of the Maple Leaf Community Council. I saw the post on Maple Leaf Life and wanted to give you and the neighborhood an update. By last autumn, the Maple Leaf Community Council executive board had dwindled to just four members […]

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What HAS happened to the Maple Leaf Community Council?

March 24th, 2017 · Comments Off on What HAS happened to the Maple Leaf Community Council?

We’ve had several neighbors wonder what has happened to the Maple Leaf Community Council. So far, we’ve responded that we don’t think it made it through last summer. We last devoted a full post to this in April 2016: On the Maple Leaf Community Council – the elected body that represents our neighborhood – five […]

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We’re back! (Well, almost. Back on Monday.)

January 29th, 2017 · Comments Off on We’re back! (Well, almost. Back on Monday.)

Update: Or maybe Tuesday. Spam filter not working. ——- Maple Leaf Life should be up and running again on Monday. WITH comments. IT has shown up and saved the day, and also all of 2016. (Sorry, Donna.)

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Wild Root salon latest Maple Leaf fixture to exit – update

May 26th, 2016 · No Comments

Wild Root Salon & Spa on Roosevelt Way Northeast will be closing by mid-June. Owner Donna Morton, who has been operating the site, at 8814 Roosevelt Way Northeast, since at least 2001, confirmed she is selling the building. (Disclosure: Donna has been cutting my hair since 2003.) We’re waiting for further details. From Donna:

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Mail theft – and an important Community Council meeting

January 21st, 2016 · 8 Comments

Update Jan. 23: Jim has emailed directions for group mailboxes. We’ve posted them in comments. A neighbor emails: I’m writing to report that mail theft continues to happen in Maple Leaf. The latest was on Northeast 96th Street, between 15th Avenue Northeast and Roosevelt Way Northeast, and it happened between Tuesday 1/19 and Wednesday 1/20. […]

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Seventh annual Maple Leaf Parade of Costumes is on!

October 25th, 2015 · No Comments

The 2015 Maple Leaf Parade of Costumes is on! And it’s not raining – yet. (Update 3:37 p.m. raining now.) The seventh annual parade – which almost didn’t happen – drew at least 170 people (and four dogs) by starting time at Rick’s Chevron, Fifth Avenue Northeast and Northeast 85th Street. Despite the last-minute planning, […]

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Parade of Costumes returns! (plus a carnival at Olympic View)

October 22nd, 2015 · No Comments

Update 9 a.m. There’s a Facebook page, too. This came overnight from Donna Hartmann-Miller: Big kids, little kids, furry ones too – show off your costume while parading the Maple Leaf neighborhood. Rain or Shine — so dress appropriately and carry an umbrella. The parade will start at 3 p.m. on Sunday, October 25, at […]

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