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Thumbnail for - Morning Fizz: Who's Winning?
Aug 27, 2014
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News & Gossip featuring registering, polling, ranking, denouncing, and cheering.
Thumbnail for - On Other Blogs Today: Important Graphs and Documentaries
Aug 22, 2014
On Other Blogs Today
Our daily roundup.
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 - Swedish Expansion Faces Neighborhood Opposition
Aug 4, 2014
City
Residents say they're worried a tower in Squire Park will drown out sunlight and attract traffic.
Thumbnail for - City to Take Up Two Big Density Decisions
Jun 19, 2014
City Hall
The city hearing examiner and its planning department will consider two zoning changes that could significantly affect height and density in several neighborhoods.
Thumbnail for - Mount Baker Upzone Moves Forward
Jun 4, 2014
City Hall
Over protests from neighbors opposed to density, a council committee approves a long-overdue upzone near the Mount Baker light rail station.
Thumbnail for - Small Lot Amendments Likely to Include Shorter Houses, Larger Lot Requirements
May 16, 2014
City Hall
Small-lot development legislation, on the city council agenda Monday, will likely include several amendments that are anathema to proponents of single-family infill development.
Thumbnail for - Surprise: Seattle is Getting More Diverse, Not Less
May 8, 2014
Opinion
Urbanists are accused of pushing an elitist white agenda. Maybe the critics should look at the facts.
Thumbnail for - Council Committee Passes Small-Lot Compromise
May 6, 2014
CIty Hall
The council's land-use committee passes an amended version of controversial, and complicated, legislation restricting development on "undersized" single-family lots.
Thumbnail for - Mount Baker Upzone Draws Critics, Applause
May 6, 2014
City Hall
A proposed upzone around the Mt. Baker light rail station, including a new 125-foot zone at the Rainier Valley Lowe's, draws a crowd with plenty of opinions.
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