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  • Design review clears Uptown apartment plan
    A proposed six-story building on 2nd Avenue West with nearly 100 units and more than 4,000 square feet of ground-floor retail was well-received last week
  • A lifetime of service
    Magnolia resident Charlene Strong was honored by Mayor Jenny Durkan last month with an Established Leader Pride Award
  • Talking traffic (and more)
    Queen Anne Greenways hosts city traffic engineer Dongho Chang in its latest public forum
  • Changes coming to annual fun run
    Unlike previous years, walkers will get a 30-minute head start before runners take to the course, and festivities will begin a little later in the morning
  • Magnolia preschool wraps up four-decade run
    By Polly Critchlow's count, more than 1,000 families have come through the doors of Creative Arts for Children over the last 40 years.
    
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