Erica C. Barnett

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Thumbnail for - Afternoon Fizz: Human Services and Public Pot Consumption
Jul 23, 2014
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 - Sawant Grills City Light Director
Jul 23, 2014
Council energy committee chair Kshama Sawant grills City Light director Jorge Carrasco on efforts to burnish his image, his request for a raise, and employee morale.
Thumbnail for - Mountain Bike Trail in South Seattle Greenbelt Moves Forward
Jul 22, 2014
A controversial mountain bike trail system in Southeast Seattle's Cheasty Greenspace gets the nod from a city council committee.
Thumbnail for - The C Is for Crank: Carpocalypse Never
Jul 21, 2014
As usual, a road closure fails to lead to gridlock, despite hyperbolic predictions that narrowing I-90 to one lane would result in a traffic disaster, including 10-mile backups and travel times six...
Thumbnail for - Here Are the Routes that Are Going to Be Cut No Matter How You Vote
Jul 21, 2014
The bus routes, including several in Seattle, that are slated for cuts in September—two months before the big November Metro vote.
Thumbnail for - Mike O'Brien Details Pending aPodment Legislation
Jul 18, 2014
City council member Mike O'Brien outlines upcoming proposal to regulate microhousing, AKA aPodments.
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Buses, Bellevue, and SPD
Jul 17, 2014
Our daily roundup.
Thumbnail for - Poll: WA Voters Think $15 Minimum Will Hurt Economy
Jul 17, 2014
A new poll shows that statewide voters think a $15 state minimum wage would be more likely to hurt than help the economy. But the results may have something to do with the wording of the question.
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