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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Last Chance for Park(ing) Day Registration
Aug 29, 2014
PubliCalendar
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - Land-Use Chair Wants to Increase Number of Backyard Cottages
Aug 15, 2014
City Hall
Prefab DADUs (detached accessory dwelling units, aka cottages) could be coming to a backyard near you.
Thumbnail for - Chamber Plans for 2015 City Elections
Aug 14, 2014
City Hall
The Seattle Chamber's political arm is planning early for next year's city council elections, when all nine seats will be on the ballot.
Thumbnail for - Revolving Fund for Transit-Oriented Development In the Works
Aug 14, 2014
City Hall
The PSRC, city, and county are working on a revolving fund to help pay for affordable housing at transit centers.
Thumbnail for - Microhousing Moves Forward; Nobody "Completely Happy"
Aug 13, 2014
City Hall
New regulations on microhousing get a hearing at City Hall; sponsor Mike O'Brien says nobody is "completely happy" with the proposal.
Thumbnail for - Bike Master Plan Delayed; Rasmussen Lights Into SDOT
Aug 12, 2014
City Hall
Bike master plan delayed; council transportation chair not amused.
Thumbnail for - The New Transportation Director's Dress Rehearsal
Aug 7, 2014
City
New city transportation director nominee Scott Kubly answers the council's questions.
Thumbnail for - Afternoon Fizz: Murray Outtakes
Aug 5, 2014
Afternoon Fizz
A couple of outtakes from this morning's Murray press conference.
Thumbnail for - Murray: Don't "Demonize" Israel
Aug 5, 2014
City Hall
At a press conference today, Mayor Ed Murray tacitly accused city council member Kshama Sawant of "demonizing" Israel by asking the city to condemn its actions against Hamas.
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.
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