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  • Sound Transit seeks comments for West Seattle and Ballard Link scoping period
    Sound Transit opened its 30-day comment period for its West Seattle and Ballard Link Extensions project earlier this month, and will host an open house 6-8:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, at Ballard High School. Comments can be provided through March 18.
  • Committee assessing greatest public benefit for Seattle Armory site
    An Interbay Public Development Advisory Committee is in the early stages of strategizing what could be the best option for repurposing the 26-acre site where the Washington National Guard’s Seattle Armory has operated for more than 40 years. Whether anything pans out is contingent on the National Guard’s ability to relocate outside the city.
  • Bright Horizons Interbay plans spring opening

    Bright Horizons has already surpassed its enrollment goal ahead of its spring opening of a new education center in Interbay.
    “We have been inundated with families that are interested,” said center director Lara Canada. “We are over our goal to open so far.”

  • Durkan delivers second State of the City address
    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan commended city employees and residents for their handling of last month’s viaduct closure and major snowstorms that caused stressful commutes and dangerous conditions during her 2019 State of the City address on Tuesday.
  • District 7 candidate focusing on economic mobility for all

    Seattle City Council District 7 candidate Jason Williams is running on a campaign focused on economic mobility.

     
    
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  • Bright Horizons Interbay plans spring opening

    Bright Horizons has already surpassed its enrollment goal ahead of its spring opening of a new education center in Interbay.
    “We have been inundated with families that are interested,” said center director Lara Canada. “We are over our goal to open so far.”


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