The RNA publishes approximately 2,000 copies of The Roosie newsletter each month, with the exception of June, July, and December. Occasionally, special editions are published on those dates.
Roosevelt residents who volunteer to be “blockheads” deliver the newsletter to businesses and homes in the neighborhood. Copies are often available at Whole Foods Market, Starbucks, and others. We do not distribute by US mail but you may subscribe to electronic edition below.
Local advertisers help pay some of the cost of the publication. Membership and tax-deductible donations help cover the rest.
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|2012||April||RNA Elections May 2012; Time for Spring Clean; Plans for Roosevelt Station; Bull Moose Festival Update; Tales from the Produce Aisle|
|2012||March||Standard Radio Building Facade to be Removed; Cloud 9 Mural Depicts History, Reflects Community; Get ready for another great Historic Seattle Program Year!; Solarize Seattle: Northeast campaign launched January 17th!; RNA’s Night Out Dine at The Bengal Tiger; Next Steps in Neighborhood Planning; NEST The Virtual Village for Seniors Launches in Northeast Seattle; BULL MOOSE FESITVAL Saturday, July 28, 2012 11:00 AM to whenever; Get Ready for Spring Veggies Seattle Tilth’s March Edible Plant Sale, March 17th 9 a.m. to 3 p.m|
|2012||February||Final Outcome of Roosevelt Rezone; The first Roosevelt Neighborhood; Dear Neighbors; NE 66th Street Greenway/Green Street Concept Plan Is Being Studied; CLOUD 9 CONSIGNMENT CLOSES AFTER 53 YEARS IN ROOSEVELT; Bull Moose Plans for Rampage in July; We Need a Few Good Persons|
|2012||January||Committee on the Built Environment Okays Upzones and Green Streets; Trash Reduction Can Bring $50,000 to Roosevelt; Neighborhood Businesses Talk about Cli- mate in Roosevelt; Judgment Against Sisleys Upheld By Court Of Appeals; Sensible Density, Meet Sensible Parking; The Roosie Has New Editors; Rising Sun to Occupy New Building in March; Energy Audits Save Money; Now Is the Time to Get Involved|
|2011||November||Neighborhood Voices: What do we want?; Umpqua Bank Comes to Roosevelt – win $10,000; Keith Gilbert back in Seattle; Sound Transit Reaches Out to Neighborhood, Art Fans for Artist Selection Process; Open Spaces, Part II; New Apartment Development Begins on 63rd; What is Integrative Medicine?|
|2011||October||Is this your last Roosie?; Rezone Meeting Draws Large Crowd; Business Owners Discuss Solutions to Break-ins and Vandalism; Not Another Article About Zoning … Honest!|
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