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  • Committee reviews tiny house expansion legislation, timeline for regional authority
    Committee reviews tiny house expansion legislation, timeline for regional authority
    Councilmembers received a status update on the formation of a new King County Regional Homelessness Authority and were briefed about legislation that would allow up to 40 tiny house villages across the city.
  • Queen Anne apartment developers gather feedback, criticism
    Queen Anne apartment developers gather feedback, criticism
    Developers with designs for a 42-unit apartment building on Queen Anne Avenue North shared those plans while fielding criticism from the audience during the community council’s land use review committee meeting on Wednesday night.
  • Assistant attorney general making House bid in the 36th
    Assistant attorney general making House bid in the 36th
    Washington Assistant Attorney General Sarah Reyneveld says her 15 years as a public servant inspired her to run for political office. The Ballard mother-of-two is running for a House seat in Washington’s 36th District currently held by Rep. Gael Tarleton, who is making a bid for secretary of state this year.
  • Seattle Center arena work on its way up
    Seattle Center arena work on its way up
    Construction crews began pouring concrete for the first of many columns under the iconic Seattle Center arena roof. While 2019 was about digging down, 2020 is about building the arena back up, said Ken Johnson, executive vice president of construction at Oak View Group.
  • Office building to replace McDonald's across from Seattle Center
    Office building to replace McDonald's across from Seattle Center
    As Seattle Center experiences changes, so too will the McDonald’s site across the street on Fifth Avenue North. DA LI Development USA, LLC is proposing to replace it with an eight-story, 176,000-square-foot office building, with a cafe and retail on the ground floor.
    
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  • Queen Anne apartment developers gather feedback, criticism
    Developers with designs for a 42-unit apartment building on Queen Anne Avenue North shared those plans while fielding criticism from the audience during the community council’s land use review committee meeting on Wednesday night.
  • Bayview resident makes his own way
    David Wesley’s passion for designing solutions didn’t stop when he moved to the Bayview senior living community in Queen Anne with his wife, but now the retired Boeing employee's focus is on improving mobility from the ground rather than the sky.
    “That wasn’t exactly the Wright Brothers’ direction,” he said. “They went from bicycles to airplanes.”

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