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  • The developers of a property of 34th Avenue are appealing the denial of an exception request to require the extension of the public drainage system. 
  • A three-unit apartment building is proposed along 43rd Avenue East in Madison Park. 
  • THE REAL ESTATE CHASE | To develop or not develop?
    A quick trip around the neighborhood reveals that there is plenty of development currently in progress here, all of it involving the construction of single-family residences.
  • While crime is up across the city, we need to take ownership and action as a community in preventing crime and creating the reality that no level of crime will be tolerated in our neighborhood.

  • Most Seattle neighborhoods experienced frenzied bidding wars in 2014, due in part to the low supply of listings combined with pent-up buyer demand. 
  • Many people don’t realize that if they’re moving to start a new job, transferring with a current employer or even returning to the United States to retire after working abroad, their moving expenses may be tax-deductible.

  • Having an emergency fund is important. Most financial experts recommend setting aside enough money to cover your expenses for at least three to six months.

  • A lot is proposed for subdivision along Martin Luther King Jr Way South. 
  • The Valley School's plan to construct a new two-story classroom building has been approved. 
  • A land use permit decision was approved to subdivide a development site into four units in an environmentally critical area at 2536 E. Madison St. 
  • JUST IN TIME | Protect yourself, paycheck during holidays
    Who wouldn’t prefer to spend the holidays in a festive home setting rather than in the emergency room? But falls, fires and injuries often happen while people are decorating their homes for the season.  
  • I’m early in the home-buying process. More than once, the open house agent hinted I could get a better price if I buy the house through them. I am not working with a buyer’s agent, so what are the risks of buying from the listing agent? 
  • No garbage, food- and yard-waste or recycling collections are scheduled in Seattle on Thursday, Nov. 27. Collections scheduled for Thursday will occur on Friday, and Friday collections will occur on Saturday due to the Thanksgiving holiday.  
  • Land use permit decisions and design reviews for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • Did you know that most landslides occur between the months of October and April? And that 86 percent of landslides are caused to some extent by human activity?  
  • Each winter, homes are damaged due to water pipes that freeze and burst. By taking a few simple precautions offered by Seattle Public Utilities, you can help save yourself from the mess, money and headaches of burst frozen pipes. 
  • Land use permit applications and decisions for Madison Park and the surrounding neighborhoods.  
  • THE REAL ESTATE CHASE | No cheap ticket to Madison Park
    A current snapshot of Madison Park’s real estate market reveals an extraordinary and perhaps unprecedented situation:  There is only a single house available for sale at under $1 million — and that is priced at $900,000.  
  • We’ve purchased a new home, and we’re on the fence about what to do with our old home. Should we sell our old home or hold onto it and rent it out? We’d appreciated your perspective.  
  • If asked, most couples would say it’s important to protect their family’s financial future in the event of a spouse’s unexpected death. Yet, 74 percent of couples rarely or never discuss the topic of life insurance as part of their financial planning strategy.  
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