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  • After the storm
    It will still be some time before arborists have a full assessment of the damage caused to the trees and plant collection within the Washington State Arboretum during February’s major snowstorms and freezing temps.
  • CASE looking for problem-solving city council candidates
    After successfully backing Jenny Durkan’s first mayoral bid and fighting last year’s head tax that would have impacted more than 300 big businesses in the city, the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce’s political action committee is in the early stage of identifying council candidates that have plans for fixing Seattle’s biggest issues with existing revenue.
  • District 3 challenger files ethics complaint against Sawant
    Seattle City Council District 3 candidate Logan Bowers has filed an ethics complaint against incumbent Councilmember Kshama Sawant based on an SCC Insight article regarding her working relationship with the Socialist Alternative party.
  • SEEC issues second cycle of Democracy Vouchers
    Seattle voters have received their second cycle of Democracy Vouchers, with participation expected to surpass the program’s 2017 launch.
    The Democracy Voucher program was one of several campaign finance reforms voters approved in 2015, supporting Honest Elections Seattle Initiative 122 by 63 percent.

  • King County public defender campaigning for District 3 seat

    Working for the King County Department of Public Defense, Ami Nguyen says she’s developed a thick skin, which should prove useful as she ramps up a campaign for Seattle City Council’s District 3.

  • Yarce ends run for District 3
    Seattle City Council District 3 candidate Beto Yarce announced Tuesday he has suspended his campaign in order to continue assisting small businesses as director of entrepreneurial nonprofit Ventures.
  • Jaxx enters District 3 city council race
    Many community activists in Capitol Hill will recognize Asukaa Jaxx when they see her arrive for a rally or public meeting, sometimes with a homemade sign in hand.
  • Parties reach tentative agreement to upgrade Lake Washington marinas
    Marina Management and the City of Seattle have reached a tentative settlement with the Friends of Lakewood Moorage that is expected to partially clear the way for upgrading three marinas along Lake Washington.
  • Team assessing possible transfer of The Central to nonprofit
    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan expects an interdepartmental team to produce a report in March assessing whether the Central Area Senior Center property should be transferred to its nonprofit operator.
  • Country Doctor dental clinic plans February opening
    Country Doctor’s new dental clinic in North Capitol Hill is set to begin seeing patients on Monday, Feb. 11, with a grand opening planned later in the month.
  • Montlake Market preservation plan emerges
    It will take longer and cost more money to save Montlake Market during construction of the Montlake phase of the State Route 520 Bridge Replacement Project, but residents at a January WSDOT meeting remained steadfast in their desire to keep their small neighborhood grocer.
  • Group narrowing in on environmental education center site preference
    A Master Plan Implementation Group will present a preferred option for building a new environmental education center in the Washington Park Arboretum in mid-February.
  • District 3 Councilmember Kshama Sawant announces bid for third term
    Among the accomplishments the District 3 councilmember listed during her re-election campaign announcement was championing a $15 minimum wage in Seattle and advancing legislation capping move-in fees for renters, which a King County Superior Court judge upheld last September.
  • Sawant to formally announce re-election campaign
    Seattle District 3 Councilmember Kshama Sawant is planning to formally announce her re-election campaign on Thursday.
  • 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.
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