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  • Counting down the Trump presidency
    Former Leschi resident John Holt has spent the last two years counting the days until Donald Trump’s presidency ends. Those passing his old house on the corner of 31st Avenue South and South Jackson Street know exactly when that will be, thanks to a homemade sign above the garage.
  • Bringing shorelines to the public
    Most of Seattle's shoreline street ends have either been improved for public access or are leased to private property owners, with SDOT using those funds to open up even more public spaces with greater amenities. At the heart of this effort are neighborhood volunteers dedicated to the ongoing maintenance of these public shoreline spaces.
  • WSDOT finds contaminated soil on Montlake Market site
    Following December soil testing that found petroleum-related contaminants on the Montlake Market property and in the groundwater, WSDOT is hosting an informational meeting about ongoing efforts to preserve the site on Jan. 30.
  • Neighbors appealing Holy Names Academy underground parking garage decision

    Capitol Hill residents living near Holy Names Academy are appealing a decision to allow the private school to construct five levels of below-grade parking on its campus.

     
  • Madison BRT nearing 90-percent design
    SDOT expects to have its designs for the long-awaited Madison Bus Rapid Transit project at 90 percent by the end of the first quarter of 2019. Construction of bus platforms and other infrastructure along Madison Street for the new RapidRide G line is slated to start early next year.
    
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  • Counting down the Trump presidency
    Former Leschi resident John Holt has spent the last two years counting the days until Donald Trump’s presidency ends. Those passing his old house on the corner of 31st Avenue South and South Jackson Street know exactly when that will be, thanks to a homemade sign above the garage.
  • I don't like your building, PCC

    Fifteen years ago, I became a member of the Mad P P-patch, the community garden at 30th and East Mercer, just downhill from City People’s Garden Store. The Mad P is one of 88 community gardens in this city, and we are here, in part, because of you: it was PCC who helped start the City of Seattle’s P-Patch program back in 1973.

     
  • Seattle Public Schools answer levy replacement questions
    Seattle Public School administrators spent Tuesday evening explaining to parents, teachers and other interested parties how the two proposed levies on the February ballot would benefit students across the expansive district.

  • This is a doozy of a cold and flu season. Some report that the flu vaccine has only been about 10 percent effective making it even more difficult to avoid an infection. Have you talked with your primary care doctor or visited the Madison Park Pharmica for a strategy to treat a cold or flu?
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