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In the mid 1980s, Aurora Avenue had become a corridor of neglect and crime, sporting gang-generated graffiti, littered with thousands of posters and hosting a prominent number of prostitutes and drug dealers. Merchants began to lose customers and many residents in the area began to feel unsafe. The Aurora Avenue Merchants Association (AAMA) was formed to reverse this trend. Due to the efforts of the AAMA, in cooperation with residents, residential neighborhood groups, the Seattle Police Department’s North Precinct and many other City employees, much has changed.
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Stay tuned to plans for aurora by transportation departments re light rail, rapid ride and more!! Watch for lunch meeting for all businesses as these plans evolve.
Plans for retention pond @107th are completed – problem is that no additional lighting around the pond is planned ,shrubs are very sparsley planned. Business and neighborhood concerns have been ignored. Police precinct picnic is planned for july 9th 2011 at the precinct location
951 North 100th
Seattle, WA 98133