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  • Seattle Schools expanding bus contract
    After a bus driver strike in February left Seattle Public Schools with a transportation headache, the district's board of directors contracted with a second bus company to provide a more reliable option for students.
  • Mayor hosts community discussion in Queen Anne

    Seattle residents had a lot of asks during a community discussion with Mayor Jenny Durkan at the Queen Anne Community Center on Saturday.
    While there are manyimportant issues facing the city during its ongoing growth period, what gets addressed is a matter of what government can afford.

  • SDOT preparing for Seattle Squeeze
    Seattle’s “Period of Maximum Constraint,” when large construction and transportation projects cause traffic congestion to peak, is coming up fast. The transportation department is ramping up its response now, to ensure resources are quickly deployed when the time comes.
  • Review board clears NIWA Apartments
    The NIWA Apartments will become the biggest building on the block in Uptown. Whether it keeps any of its bright yellow cladding remains an unknown following a lengthy design review meeting on Wednesday.
  • John Hay students raise funds for new playground

    Oliver Forsberg knew from a young age that John Hay Elementary was in need of better accommodations for him and his fellow students.
    “We thought we needed a new playground, the playground is bad,” said the 9-year-old John Hay student.
    Like any child would, he called a meeting with principal Tami Beach to talk business.

    
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  • New design guidelines to better reflect growing Uptown
    Uptown has changed a lot in 10 years, but its neighborhood design guidelines have not. Developer Maria Barrientos is excited for that to change next year, when the city council considers adopting revised guidelines spearheaded by the Uptown Alliance Land Use Review Committee.
  • Review board clears NIWA Apartments
    The NIWA Apartments will become the biggest building on the block in Uptown. Whether it keeps any of its bright yellow cladding remains an unknown following a lengthy design review meeting on Wednesday.

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