Rob Johnson on His One-Term Seattle City Council Legacy

"I fundamentally believe that the challenges we face as a growing city have a lot to do with restrictive land-use policies."

11/09/2018 By Hayat Norimine

Morning Fizz

The Vote Breakdown, the Process Breakdown, and the Regulation Breakdown

Does the pro-Clinton vote foreshadow a surprise in the 7th Congressional District race?

06/01/2016 By Josh Feit


PubliCalendar: Rethinking Land Use

Today's picks for civic nerds

01/07/2015 By Darren Davis

Afternoon Jolt

Afternoon Jolts: Preschool, Zoning, and Indigenous Peoples' Day

The day's winners and losers.

09/02/2014 By Afternoon Jolt


NE Seattle Residents Trying to Keep Public Beach Public

A group of Lake City residents is trying to keep a beach that's been public for 80 years, until two residents claimed it as private property, public.

07/03/2014 By Erica C. Barnett


There's No Guarantee that More Housing Lowers Prices, But I'll Bet that It Does. Here's Why.

Transportation and land-use wonk Roger Valdez concedes one point---that increased housing supply doesn't necessarily lower prices---but maintains that Seattle has enough going for it that people will move here if we create enough housing of all kinds. Ima

04/26/2012 By Josh Feit