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Sawant secures May 1 'day of conscience' for city employees
The Seattle City Council has passed a resolution to allow city employees to take an unpaid day of conscience on May 1, May Day, "without retaliation,” according to the language of the bill.
Thousands rally for pro-science policy and funding
Supporters of scientific funding and progressive science policy held signs that read “I’m a Scientific American,” or “Mr. President, science gave us Rogaine,” or “Without belief in science, we would be cooking over wood in the dark.” A popular choice was “There is no Planet B!”
'Housing first' homeless policy, end to regressive taxes take the fore at first mayoral debate
...and, we’re off.
Murray promises city income tax in first mayoral debate
Mayor Ed Murray announced he intends to institute a citywide income tax on Seattle’s highest earners, and defend said tax in the State Supreme Court, potentially leading to an income tax statewide.
Should the Community Police Commission be represented by district?
Councilmember Debora Juarez says yes; commission chairs aren't so sure.
WSDOT wants to work on 520 at night, neighbors would rather they kept quiet
The Washington State Department of Transportation has asked the city of Seattle for a noise variance to allow nighttime construction on the State Route 520 bridge for the next seven years. About 50 residents of waterfront communities near the construction had one word for that request at a recent meeting: Shush.
Seattle establishes $1 million legal defense fund for defendants in immigration proceedings
Seattle’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs will soon establish a $1 million legal defense fund for residents who face immigration proceedings.
McGinn announces new bid for mayor
ith a lawsuit alleging Murray coerced a minor into sex and no sign he'll step down, McGinn has found an opening for a rematch.
Madison Valley Community Council to dedicate April 19 meeting to draft bylaws
The council was scheduled to ratify a draft of new bylaws at its regular meeting in March, but delayed a vote after former council president Lindy Wishard brought forward concerns.
Mayor Murray denies allegations he molested teen in the '80s
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has responded to a civil lawsuit over solicitation of sex from an underage teen in the ‘80s, calling the allegations “simply not true.”
Tacoma man who threatened Mayor Murray released
A 62-year-old Tacoma man arrested by Seattle Police last Thursday for making electronic threats against Mayor Ed Murray has been released from jail.
Madison Park Community Council votes in Priscilla Flores as treasurer
After going without since last summer, the Madison Park Community Council has brought on a new treasurer.
Commission conditionally approves WSCC Addition urban design merits
The plan includes a request for three alleyways and two street vacations.
Seattle creates nation's first renters' commission
A Seattle Renters’ Commission, the first of its kind in the country, could begin meeting to discuss issues facing more than half of the city’s households by early summer.
Police arrest fugitive in Denny/Blaine, seize guns and bulletproof vests
Police seized a stolen handgun and two bulletproof vests after chasing a wanted felon through the Denny/Blaine neighborhood on Thursday.
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