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Thumbnail for - The Most Heated Discussions Last Night
Jun 16, 2011
Morning Fizz
Thursday Edition: Stormy weather at the 36th District endorsement meeting, including anti-incumbent testimony from Cliff Mass.
Thumbnail for - Burgess: More Density at Roosevelt Rail Station
Jun 8, 2011
City Hall
City council member Tim Burgess argues for more density around the Roosevelt light rail station.
Thumbnail for - Tim Burgess: McGinn Signs Wage Theft Law
May 11, 2011
On Other Blogs
Tim Burgess: Mayor Mike McGinn signs wage theft ordinance into law.
Thumbnail for - City, County Announce Jail Agreement
Apr 14, 2011
The city and county announced an agreement this morning that will forestall a new Seattle jail and house Seattle misdemeanor defendants at the county's jail in downtown Seattle.
Thumbnail for - Extra Fizz: 2013 Mayoral Rumors
Aug 20, 2010
City Hall
Rumors are already flying about the 2013 mayoral election, when Mayor Mike McGinn will almost certainly face at least one serious challenger.
Thumbnail for - Council Committee Moves Toward Ditching Surveillance Cameras in Parks
Jul 15, 2010
City Hall
A city council committee moves toward removing controversial surveillance cameras at Cal Anderson Park and suspending the permanent surveillance program.
Thumbnail for - Clarification: City Could Only Access One-Third of Potential Sales Tax
Jul 7, 2010
The C is for Crank
The city could only raise the sales tax 0.1 percent if a sales-tax increase fails to pass the county, county staffers now say. Also, my predictions about the tax.
Thumbnail for - Council Interested in Police Body Cameras, Skeptical About Cost Savings
Jul 7, 2010
City Hall
City Council members are intrigued by the prospect of putting cameras on police officers. But they aren't sold on claims of massive cost savings from buying the devices.
Thumbnail for - City Could Get Sales Tax Authority if County Fails to Put Tax on the Ballot
Jun 30, 2010
City Hall
If the King County Council stalemates again on a proposed sales-tax increase for criminal justice, the power to increase taxes could revert to the city—with a much more favorable split between...
Thumbnail for - Incumbents Know They're Vulnerable
Jun 15, 2010
Morning Fizz
1. According to the latest (May) campaign finance reports, Tim Eyman's main funder in past elections, retired Woodinville financial adviser Mark Dunmire, still remains nowhere to be seen on...
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