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The news ushers in a two-year monitoring period in which the city can’t slip up.
People lacking a permanent addresses often don’t know when they are supposed to appear in court. And they don’t have the money to pay the fines that follow.
The order buys the about 200 residents more time, for now.
It has been more than a year since the law was approved by voters.
Amid national immigration talks Wednesday, Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit against Motel 6 for discriminatory policies while advocates asked that Congress act on DACA.
The U.S. District Court decision brings back a process that has helped approximately 2,500 families each year.
Two Washington drivers allege that Jungle Trux and Amazon failed to pay overtime or grant them breaks.
Community members shared their vision of the city’s first LGBTQ-affirming senior housing project at Tuesday’s workshop.
The city announced more than $100 million in investments for affordable housing units Monday.
SHARE/WHEEL testified at City Hall that they had successfully transitioned clients into permanent housing.
Georgetown’s Carleton Avenue Grocery closed on October 31, leaving the neighborhood with a deeper dearth of food options.
The initiative, which is funded by the Best Starts for Kids levy, is helping stabilize families at risk of homelessness.
Funding would be cut for at least 300 shelter beds in Seattle, as well as hygiene and support services.
According to hotel housekeepers on the Westin’s night shift, not much.
During the event, State Representative Nicole Macri announced that she will be introducing legislation to repeal a statewide ban on rent control.
A local bus union is protesting inadequate health insurance and retirement plans, but Seattle parents are left scrambling for alternatives.
The city’s first female mayor in over a century began her first shift on a citywide tour.
The 26-group coalition filed an appeal against proposed upzoning that aims to increase housing affordability.
Along with signing the City budget, the mayor also put into motion the nation’s first city-faciliated, privately-administered retirement savings plan.
Tired of feeling like islands, South Park and Georgetown residents pushed the city for greater connectivity between the communities.