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Thumbnail for - The C Is for Crank: Framing Density and Bike Lanes
Apr 17, 2014
The C Is for Crank
The C Is for Crank on how to frame discussions of density and bike lanes.
Thumbnail for - Isn't It Weird That: Mudslides and Urbanists
Mar 27, 2014
Isn't It Weird That
A weird thing we noticed about the mudslide and the urbanism debate.
Thumbnail for - PubliCalendar: Planning for Growth, Asking the Mayor, and Ending Poverty
Mar 24, 2014
Today's picks for civic nerds.
Thumbnail for - Isn't It Weird That...
Mar 17, 2014
Isn't It Weird That
A weird thing we noticed about development in the already dense Eastlake neighborhood.
Thumbnail for - Density Opponents Mobilize in Advance of Neighborhood Summit
Mar 12, 2014
City Hall
A coalition of neighborhood groups opposed to density mobilize in advance of Mayor Ed Murray's upcoming neighborhood summit.
Thumbnail for - Whole Foods Controversy Heats Up Again
Mar 11, 2014
City Hall
Faced with questions about worker conditions and pedestrian safety, a city council committee postpones a decision on a controversial Whole Foods-anchored development in West Seattle.
Thumbnail for - Council's New Planning Chair Talks Small-Lot Housing
Mar 6, 2014
City Hall
Mike O'Brien, the city council's new planning committee chair, talks about plans to regulate small-lot housing.
Thumbnail for - City Shoots Down Microhousing Complaint
Feb 6, 2014
City Hall
The city's hearing examiner rejects a complaint alleging that microhousing, commonly known as "aPodments," violates state environmental rules.
Thumbnail for - City Hearing: Speakers Oppose Five-Story Building in Dense Neighborhoods
Jan 15, 2014
City Hall
At a city hearing about a potential rollback of building heights in low-rise zones, speakers decry densification.
Thumbnail for - The Small-Lot Menace
Sep 25, 2013
The C Is for Crank
Once again, the Seattle Times misconstrues what's happening on small lots in single-family neighborhoods.
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