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  • Uptown Alliance removes public parklet
    The Uptown Alliance has removed its parklet in front of the SIFF Cinema, citing difficulties maintaining the space.
    Over 18 months, the neighborhood organization explored hiring a cleanup crew, as well as relocating the public amenity, but both options proved too costly. 
  • Queen Anne Community Council appeals accessory dwelling units FEIS
    The Queen Anne Community Council has filed an appeal with the Seattle Hearing Examiner, challenging the City of Seattle’s final environmental impact statement for a package of code changes that would make it less prohibitive to build accessory dwelling units.
  • Magnolia Shell station struck again
    The Magnolia Shell station on West Government Way was burglarized for the second time in less than a month, and owner Sam Nasif found himself yet again frustrated with the slow police response time.
  • John Hay students join Great Washington ShakeOut drill
    John Hay Elementary students joined kids in schools all around the state for the Great Washington ShakeOut on Thursday, practicing what to do when a major earthquake hits.
  • Expedia on target to open new headquarters in 2019
    Expedia is still on schedule to move 3,500 employees from Bellevue to its new 40-acre campus in Interbay next fall, and will continue constructing more space for another 1,000 to come in by 2020.
    
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  • Uptown Alliance removes public parklet
    The Uptown Alliance has removed its parklet in front of the SIFF Cinema, citing difficulties maintaining the space.
    Over 18 months, the neighborhood organization explored hiring a cleanup crew, as well as relocating the public amenity, but both options proved too costly. 
  • Remembering Neil Powers

    Neil Powers, LGBT activist, housing and homeless advocate, aide to former city councilmember Peter Steinbrueck, and good friend of mine, passed away suddenly on Sept. 11th at the age of 63. His death came as a terrible shock to all of us who had the good fortune to know and work with Neil.



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