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Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Ending Homelessness Through "Progressive Engagement"
Sep 9, 2014
Today's picks for civic nerds
Thumbnail for - Longtime Activist Ejected from Neighborhood Group
Feb 5, 2014
City Hall
Chris Leman, a neighborhood activist who was arrested for assault at a city building in 2009, has resigned his longtime position at a citywide neighborhood group after another "incident."
Thumbnail for - Extra Fizz: Seattle, State Settle Towing Debate
Mar 11, 2013
This Washington
The city of Seattle and the state come to an agreement on towing rates.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Poker Chips for Nonprofits and a Carbon Neutral Seattle
Jan 29, 2013
Today's picks for political and civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: I-90 Tolls and a Food Revolution
Jan 28, 2013
Today's picks for political and civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - State: Cities' Concerns About Centralized B&O Tax Are Overblown
Jan 17, 2012
This Washington
In a set of talking points responding to PubliCola's story about a proposal to centralize B&O taxes, the state says cities' concerns about revenue losses are overblown.
Thumbnail for - Murray "Extremely Surprised" To Learn City Officials Unaware of Safeco Loophole
Sep 30, 2011
State Sen. Ed Murray says he's disappointed and "extremely surprised" to hear that city officials were unaware of an amendment giving Safeco Field the right to preempt the city's commercial parking...
Thumbnail for - McGinn's Communications Director Moves On
Apr 20, 2011
Mayor Mike McGinn's communications director, Mark Matassa, is moving on, and McGinn has tapped Seattle Channel general manager Beth Hester to replace him.
Thumbnail for - State Should Close Loophole to Public Disclosure Law
May 6, 2010
City Hall
Last month, Seattle Times reporter Emily Heffter had a nice scoop: Mayor Mike McGinn sent a series of text messages to his old friend and Sierra Club colleague, City Council member Mike O'Brien,...
Thumbnail for - Speed Trials: Google Plans to Test Superfast Broadband Networks
Feb 10, 2010
Google wants to see what it's like when a community has the fastest available, practical broadband service: 1 gigabit per second (Gbps) over fiber optic lines. (If you don't remember your...