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Thumbnail for - Friday Likes and Dislikes: First World Problems and Rhetoric
Jan 16, 2015
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News featuring the first week in Olympia and this weekend.
Thumbnail for - Will Mayor Murray's Task Force Allow More Density?
Jan 5, 2015
Morning Fizz
Caffeinated News featuring end-runs, appointments, and common denominators
Thumbnail for - Bruce Harrell Wants Seattle to Apply for New Fed Body Cam Grant
Dec 1, 2014
Afternoon Jolt
The day's winners and losers.
Thumbnail for - Council Passes aPodment Rules
Oct 6, 2014
City Hall
After nearly two years of debate, the city council unanimously passes new regulations on microhousing, aka aPodments.
Thumbnail for - Mike O'Brien Details Pending aPodment Legislation
Jul 18, 2014
City Hall
City council member Mike O'Brien outlines upcoming proposal to regulate microhousing, AKA aPodments.
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 - 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 - 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.
Thumbnail for - Anti-Density Group Invites Pollet to Speak
Apr 28, 2014
State Rep. Gerry Pollet, who's rumored to be mulling a run for city council, speaks this week to an anti-density group about his legislation requiring notice for single-family infill development.
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