How Park District Opponents Channel Tim Eyman

A guest op/ed from one of the architects of the proposed Metropolitan Parks District: How parks district opponents channel Tim Eyman—and why they're wrong.

06/06/2014 By Michael Maddux


Why We Can't Let the Seattle Parks District Fail

City council member Sally Bagshaw explains what will happen if the August parks district funding measure fails.

05/12/2014 By Sally Bagshaw


Murray Rule Change Would Help Solve Seattle's Broadband Problems

A potential rule change by the Murray administration would help level the broadband playing field, argues UPTUN's Robert Kangas.

04/03/2014 By Robert Kangas


Nightlife Leaders: Don't Restrict Ridesharing Services

In a guest op/ed in advance of a possible city council vote this week, two nightlife advocates argue against new restrictions on ridesharing services.

02/11/2014 By Jessica Summa-Kusiak and Pete Hanning

Guest Op/Ed

Want Lower Housing Prices? Increase Supply.

Want lower housing prices? Smart Growth Seattle's Roger Valdez says the solution has to include increased housing supply.

01/28/2014 By Roger Valdez


The Case for District Elections

Two advocates make the case for electing most of Seattle's city council by district, rather than the current at-large system.

10/23/2012 By Janine Blaeloch and Yusuf Cabdi