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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Know Your Cable Code Rights
Apr 27, 2015
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: 'Someone You Love' Tackles the HPV Epidemic
Apr 24, 2015
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - Committee Ends Neighborhood Veto on Internet Utility Boxes
Sep 23, 2014
City Hall
In a win for broadband providers, a council committee voted today to end a rule allowing residents to effectively veto new utility boxes on city-owned planting strips.
Thumbnail for - Murray Wants to Overturn Rule Allowing Neighbors to Veto High-Speed Internet
Aug 5, 2014
City Hall
At a press conference this morning, Mayor Ed Murray said he wants to overturn a rule allowing land owners to veto utility boxes that would enable high-speed Internet service.
Thumbnail for - Afternoon Fizz: The NBA, the Parks District, Ridesharing, and Broadband
May 30, 2014
Afternoon Fizz
Afternoon Fizz: Non-minimum wage edition.
Thumbnail for - Murray Rule Change Would Help Solve Seattle's Broadband Problems
Apr 3, 2014
A potential rule change by the Murray administration would help level the broadband playing field, argues UPTUN's Robert Kangas.
Thumbnail for - The Politics (and Aesthetics) of Broadband
Apr 2, 2014
City Hall
Mayor Murray and Council Member Harrell pushing pilot project to upgrade broadband service.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: Inslee May Veto Bill Regulating Government Drones
Apr 1, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring drones, cables boxes, and loans.
Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: City IT Guru Leaving for Kirkland
Mar 26, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated news and gossip featuring IT, Olympia, and income.
Thumbnail for - Pro-McGinn Broadband Article Elicits Harsh Reactions
Nov 1, 2013
Seattle Mayor's Race 2013
A national story praising McGinn's efforts to bring broadband to Seattle elicits harsh reactions from Murray, Bruce Harrell, neighborhood activists, and the Seattle Times.
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