Erica C. Barnett

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Thumbnail for - Former McGinn Aide Bushnell Refuses to Pay Full Ethics Fine
Jun 3, 2010
Seattle Ethics Commission Chair Robert Mahon Former Mayor Mike McGinn aide Chris Bushnell, who received a $500 fine from the city for failing to disclose that his wife worked for a company that...
Thumbnail for - On PubliCola Today
Jun 3, 2010
Loaded day at the Cola. Take a sip: 1. Your daily Morning Fizz: Corporate lobbyists host Democratic fundraiser. 2. Last Night: Dan Bertolet hits up a taco truck at a troubled corner. 3. Last...
Thumbnail for - Extra Fizz: Firefighters Issue Early Endorsements
Jun 2, 2010
The Seattle Fire Fighters Union issued a short list of early endorsements today, and, as you might expect, the most interesting thing about it is who's not on it. Locally, the only Seattle City...
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Meet the Police Chief Finalists
Jun 2, 2010
Today's calendar: The Seattle City Council's Committee on the built environment will discuss zoning changes and affordable-housing incentives in South Downtown. Today, 5:30 pm, City Council...
Thumbnail for - Council Interviews Police Chief Finalists
Jun 2, 2010
The Seattle City Council grilled the three remaining candidates for Seattle Police Chief this morning, asking about issues ranging from gang violence to racial profiling to whether foot patrols...
Thumbnail for - Watch the Police Chief Forum Live
Jun 2, 2010
Seattle Channel is live-streaming tonight's public forum at Seattle Center, featuring the three finalists for police chief. Seattle Channel Video can be played in Flash Player 9 and up
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Rental-Housing Inspections
Jun 1, 2010
Today's calendar: Mayor Mike McGinn hosts the second in a series of town meetings on his "Walk Bike Ride" proposal tonight. Tonight, 6:00 pm, Bitter Lake Community Center, 13035 Linden Ave....
Thumbnail for - Neighborhood Activist's Anti-Disclosure Lawsuit Featured in Economist
Jun 1, 2010
Pat Murakami—Mount Baker resident, day-labor-center and low-income-housing opponent, anti-density agitator, and cycling opponent—is the subject of a surprisingly sympathetic profile in a May...
Thumbnail for - Midyear Budget Cuts Likely Won't Be As Devastating as Expected
Jun 1, 2010
As the deadline approaches for Mayor Mike McGinn's midyear budget cuts (McGinn has asked city departments to come up with $12 million or so in cuts to make up for an unanticipated midyear budget...
Thumbnail for - On PubliCola Today
Jun 1, 2010
1. Your daily Morning Fizz: New poll shows Tea Partiers are—surprise!—socially conservative. 2. Josh talks state and local politics on KOMO Radio. 3. Rasmussen poll puts Murray and Rossi in dead...
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