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  • Council rezones 23rd Avenue corridor
    The Seattle City Council on Monday approved several rezones along the 23rd Avenue corridor in the Central Area to align with Mandatory Housing Affordability priorities in the neighborhood.
  • Organizations make case for passage of Prop 1
    Proponents of an effort to expand access to arts, science and heritage education in King County are making their final push before ballots are due on Aug. 1.
  • Melrose crosswalk designs ready for community review
    Several artistic designs for new community crosswalks along Melrose Avenue have been prepared and are ready for community input ahead of final selection and installation later this summer.
  • Be:Seattle launches campaign to register homeless voters
    Housing isn’t a requirement to vote, but in a state that exclusively relies on mail-in ballots for each election, not having a permanent address can be a big obstacle to voting for many people.
  • Liz Dunn, chamber refresh Pike/Pine retail map

    Spearheaded by neighborhood developer Liz Dunn, Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine corridor has a refreshed retail map that will likely need another update in the near future.
    The last Pike/Pine retail map was produced in 2013 through $10,000 in Capitol Hill Block Party mitigation funds.

    
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  • Trump tweets about transgender military ban causing confusion
    Three tweets sent by President Donald Trump on Wednesday morning announcing a ban on transgender service members in the military are causing confusion at the local and national level, with little other information coming from the White House on what this will mean for the thousands of transgender people currently serving here and abroad.
  • Summer means it’s time for free performances in our parks by Seattle Shakespeare, GreenStage and other companies. Shakespeare when I was growing up back East meant difficult literature enlivened by sword fights; but here it’s like living in a vast Elizabethan stage.
  • Liz Dunn, chamber refresh Pike/Pine retail map

    Spearheaded by neighborhood developer Liz Dunn, Capitol Hill’s Pike/Pine corridor has a refreshed retail map that will likely need another update in the near future.
    The last Pike/Pine retail map was produced in 2013 through $10,000 in Capitol Hill Block Party mitigation funds.

  • Oliver says city has funding to take on pressing challenges

    When Nikkita Oliver entered the mayor’s race in March, she and the newly formed Peoples Party of Seattle did so against an incumbent that many thought was well positioned for a second term. 
    “We got into the race when everyone said the incumbent was undefeatable,” she said.


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