Coming here, SFCC’s new web home

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Content from the Scenic Foothills Community Council (SFCC) legacy website – scenicfoothillscc.org – is being moved here in an easier to read, mobile-friendly format. A Capital Improvements Projects (CIP) page has been added to the Council drop-down menu. The legacy website will remain as it is. Current newsletteragenda, and meeting minutes links and archives will still reside on the legacy website.

Scenic Foothills Community Council Meeting October 5th

Scenic Foothills Community Council (SFCC) will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday, October 5th, in the auditorium at Wayland Baptist University, 7801 East 32nd Avenue. Access via Old Muldoon Road off 36th Avenue, west of Muldoon Road.

Hear a proposal to re-zone residential land behind Totem Theatre to accommodate a large Anchorage School District bus facility (120 school buses) that is now at Tudor and Elmore Roads. Please come and learn more about this proposal. Everyone is invited to attend this important (free) event.

Please come! We have plenty of room and everyone is welcome. See the paragraph above  this notice for links to the agenda and the newsletter with more information.

Last Muldoon Farmers Market for 2017 September 23

Last chance to stock your freezer and fridge with fall vegetables and tomatoes from Muldoon Farmers Market. The Shrimp Guy is bringing really fresh seafood – shrimp, scallops and more to go with all those colorful veggies. Beets, carrots, broccoli and more kinds of potatoes than you knew there were. This is our last market for 2017; we’ll re-open in June 2018 at Muldoon Town Square in Chanshtnu Muldoon Park.

Chanshtnu Muldoon Park named, Phase 2 funded

It’s official! The Anchorage Assembly approved a name – Chanshtnu Muldoon Park – for our community park July 25, 2017. Chanshtnu (pronounced CHANSH-nu), meaning “grass creek,” is the Dena’ina word for Chester Creek, which winds through the park at 1301 Muldoon Road.

The U.S. Department of the Interior and the National Park Service announced a grant of $750,000 to the city toward development of Phase 2 of the park last week in July. Map: Continue reading