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Thumbnail for - Council Considers Ditching "Incentive Zoning" Program
Jul 28, 2014
City Hall
The city council reconsiders its "incentive zoning" program, which is designed to pay for affordable housing for mid-income tenants.
Thumbnail for - Sawant Grills City Light Director
Jul 23, 2014
City Hall
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
City Hall
A controversial mountain bike trail system in Southeast Seattle's Cheasty Greenspace gets the nod from a city council committee.
Thumbnail for - One Question About the Streetcar for Council Member Nick Licata
Jul 22, 2014
One Question
One question for city council member Nick Licata, who was the lone "No" vote yesterday against the First Hill streetcar plan yesterday.
Thumbnail for - PubliPola: Regressive Taxes for Buses?
Jul 17, 2014
PubliPola
Will the council's "regressive" bus funding measure hurt Metro at the polls?
Thumbnail for - City Council Legalizes Ridesharing
Jul 14, 2014
City Hall
The city council passes legislation legalizing ridesharing companies like Uber and Lyft, while rejecting a proposal to increase insurance requirements.
Thumbnail for - Council Adopts Mount Baker Upzone, with Harrell Dissenting
Jun 23, 2014
City Hall
After months of heated hearings, the city council votes 8-1 to increase heights around the Mount Baker light rail station.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Kart for Kids, Clean a Park For Them Too
Jun 20, 2014
Today's picks for civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - Carrasco's Potential Pay Raise Confirmed, With Two Dissenters
Jun 16, 2014
City Hall
With two dissenters, the city council confirms a potential pay increase of $125,000 for Seattle City Light director Jorge Carrasco.
Thumbnail for - Murray Proposes New Taxi/For-Hire/Ridesharing Compromise
Jun 16, 2014
City Hall
Mayor Ed Murray announces a compromise on legislation regulating taxis, ridesharing companies like Uber, and for-hire vehicles.
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