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  • Bryant comes out swinging
    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee spent a good amount of the second gubernatorial debate defending his record against multiple jabs from Republican opponent Bill Bryant, who has taken to referring to the incumbent as “a failed governor.”
  • First Renter Summit hits close to home
    More than 85 people turned out for the first-ever Capitol Hill Renter Summit at the Miller Community Center on Saturday, Sept. 24, to gain insight into Seattle’s housing crisis and rally ideas around affordability. 
  • Homeless outreach team now working nights in Capitol Hill
    In an attempt to reach more vulnerable homeless people in Capitol Hill, the Downtown Seattle Association's multidisciplinary team has started conducting nighttime outreach with East Precinct bike patrol officers.
  • A dog in the fight
    Residents on both sides of the fence came out last Thursday night to tell the Seattle Parks Board what they think of the draft master plan for off-leash areas, with dog owners barking loudest during a two-hour public hearing. 
  • Cold War concept Tashkent Park gets rededication ceremony
    Surrounded on all sides by apartments on Boylston Avenue, Tashkent Park is not just a neighborhood hangout. It’s a symbol of what two cities on opposite sides of the Cold War were able to accomplish — friendship.
    
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  • Bryant comes out swinging
    Washington Gov. Jay Inslee spent a good amount of the second gubernatorial debate defending his record against multiple jabs from Republican opponent Bill Bryant, who has taken to referring to the incumbent as “a failed governor.”
  • Westbank Frye Highrise receives high praise
    The Westbank Frye Highrise received unanimous support from the Early Design Guidance Review Board last Wednesday, Sept. 21, with only minor suggestions for project designers. An East Pike Street development trying to be the first multifamily Passive House in Seattle was sent back to the drawing board.
  • MidTown Center clears homeless camp at cost
    The site of a vacated homeless encampment behind the Central District’s MidTown Center is still a mess — and so is the legal situation around it being emptied, an official with the city attorney’s office said.
  • Seattle Central celebrates 50 years
    In recognition of its 50 years as an educational institution and hotspot for social activism, Seattle Central College held a civil march around its Capitol Hill campus on Thursday, Sept. 22.

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