ACTION ALERT: Donations Needed! Magnolia Community Council seeks donations to protect the imperiled panoramic views of Ursula Judkins Viewpoint at the top of the Magnolia Bridge. Seattle Parks’ Ursula Judkins Viewpoint is a public amenity. Its unique and sensational view must be protected. Two hillside mansions are planned for construction above the Admiral’s House. The mansions will obstruct the view corridor, and the proposed buffer wall of vegetation will permanently obstruct the view.

To ensure that a covenant that restricts obstructions to Ursula Judkins Viewpoint is honored, we must engage a land-use attorney for immediate negotiations in June, and for an appeal hearing in mid-August. Our goal is to raise $7500 by June 30, and more later. Magnolia Community Council will collect and designate your contributions to preserve UJVP’s panoramic views for future generations.

The Magnolia Community Council is a 501(c)4 organization. Not only are contributions to MCC “generally not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes”…the organization needs to include a clear statement that contributions are not tax-deductible in any “fundraising solicitation”.  

For details: https://www.irs.gov/charities-non-profits/other-non-profits/donations-to-section-501c4-organizations

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