Wednesday, April 23, 2014 12:49 PM
Seattle City Council members will host Community Budget Workshops during May. Councilmembers will gather information about the public’s spending priorities for the 2015-2016 city budget.
  • Seattle City Council members will host Community Budget Workshops during May. Councilmembers will gather information about the public’s spending priorities for the 2015-2016 city budget. 
  • Beginning the morning of Saturday, April 26, at 4 a.m. through Monday, April 28, at 5 a.m., the intersection of Fifth Avenue North and Mercer Street will partially close to traffic to accommodate roadway excavation and preparatory work for concrete paving. 
  • The community group Friends of Discovery Park has challenged the Department of Planning and Development’s (DPD) notices for the development of the Fort Lawton properties. 
  • On May 3, cyclists will pedal from Magnolia to West Seattle and back to raise awareness and funds for the Kathi Goertzen Foundation’s fight against brain tumors. The 28-mile “Pedal it Forward” is open to cyclists of all levels for a $25 donation. 
  • The Magnolia Manor Park Off-Leash Area is having a contest for its new logo, which will be used on T-shirts and hats for the park. The proceeds will go toward benefits and improvements of the dog park, including a new shelter. 
  • One driver opens fire on another during an incident of road rage in lower Queen Anne and more in this week's Police Blotter. 
  • Updates on land use application and decisions around Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) will open two major streets in the Mercer Corridor to two-way traffic this spring: Mercer Street between First and Ninth avenues North, and Roy Street between Queen Anne and Fifth avenues North. 
  • The Seattle Department of Transportation will close the eastbound curb lane of Denny Way between First and Third avenues on Saturday, April 19.  
  • QA businesses face prospect of $15 minimum wage
    The $15 minimum-wage movement has gained traction in Seattle as the cornerstone of Seattle City Councilmember Kshama Sawant’s campaign and Mayor Ed Murray’s promise to raise city-government minimum wage. 
  • HEALTHY TODAY | With spring come seasonal allergies
    Spring has arrived in Seattle! Birds are chirping, bugs are crawling, flowers are blooming, mold spores are floating…and for upwards of 40 percent of children and their families, noses are running and eyes are tearing. 
  • NOTES FROM THE GARDEN | Spring sprang
    Am I getting gaga, or is this one of the most beautiful spring seasons we have had recently? The soft green haze, interrupted by bursts of white and pink from our cherry and magnolia trees, seems to fill the air with hope. 
  • Live music, games and a scavenger hunt will greet the public at a celebration on April 26 to mark the completion of the first part of a major park improvement project in Lower Kinnear Park in Queen Anne. 
  • Find out what the Queen Anne Chamber and Queen Anne Helpline are up to this month. 
  • A list of the major crimes called into police in Queen Anne and Magnolia from the past week. 
  • The latest land use notices for Queen Anne and Magnolia. 
  • Seattle City Councilmember Sally J. Clark and her colleagues will host a town hall meeting on Saturday, April 12, at the Northgate Community Center to take public comments relating to raising the minimum wage in Seattle. 
  • SDOT has rescheduled the previously announced weekend closures of eastbound Mercer Street and Ninth Avenue North for this weekend beginning Friday, April 11, at 11 p.m. through Monday, April 14, at 5 a.m. 
  • Fort Lawton buildings sale to close soon
    The 26 historic homes at Fort Lawton have been up for sale for more than a year now, and it looks like the sale will close within the next two to three months. 
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