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Thumbnail for - Thursday Jolt: Sound Transit Board Votes to Put Maintenance Base in Heart of Eastside's Bel-Red District
Jul 24, 2014
Urbanism
Transit-oriented development threatened by Sound Transit board decision.
Thumbnail for - Ethics Commission Rejects Anti-Parks District Complaint
Jul 24, 2014
City Hall
The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission rejects a complaint alleging that city council members and the Seattle Channel advocated for parks in violation of city ethics law.
Thumbnail for - Get Ready to Vote on the Monorail Again
Jul 24, 2014
Election 2014
Anti-tunnel activist and civic gadfly Elizabeth Campbell files an initiative that would create a new monorail authority in Seattle.
Thumbnail for - New Report: Coal Trains' Economic Impact a Mixed Blessing
Jul 24, 2014
This Washington
A new report commissioned by the PSRC says proponents of the Pacific Gateway Terminal may be overhyping its benefits.
Thumbnail for - Why I’m Voting for Parks (Even Though the Opponents Have a Point!)
Jul 24, 2014
Opinion
Former mayor Mike McGinn makes the case for Prop. 1, the August 5 Metropolitan Parks District measure.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Aid Seattle's Parks, Libraries, and Kids
Jul 24, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: A Stopgap Measure Against Qdoba
Jul 24, 2014
Morning Fizz
THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH INFORMATION ABOUT THIS MORNING'S OIL TRAIN DERAILMENT. Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring Capitol Hill light rail, Pedro Celis and Rush Limbaugh, coal trains,...
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Creepy, Dark, and Predictable
Jul 23, 2014
On Other Blogs Today
Our daily roundup.
Thumbnail for - Afternoon Fizz: Human Services and Public Pot Consumption
Jul 23, 2014
City Hall
Mayor Ed Murray appoints a new head of human services, and city attorney Pete Holmes says it's time to stop targeting black and homeless people for smoking pot in public.
Thumbnail for - Isn't it Weird That: Meet the New Republican-Dominated Majority Coalition Caucus Starring Democrat Rod Dembowski
Jul 23, 2014
Opinion
THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED Something Weird We Noticed about the King County Council's Majority Coalition Caucus.
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