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With a lively crowd on hand, the Council unanimously voted to delay any demolition of the venue by 10 months.
After pressure from big businesses, city leaders cave on their plan to fund homeless services.
Less than a month after passing the controversial measure to fund homeless services, the councilmembers got cold feet.
The measure decreases the original proposal by 45 percent, leaving some to question if it’ll raise enough to properly address homelessness.
As other cities in King County balk, Seattle’s City Council preps for a major public-health effort.
Seattle City Councilmembers Harris-Talley and O’Brien want a #HousingForAllSeattle budget.
The mayor’s homelessness czar says the city has found a new site for the camp.
The appointment comes after a week of public meetings instigated by the Transparent Seattle coalition.
Two Cantankerous Old White Men Talked Over Everyone at the First Forum for Filling Tim Burgess’ Seat
The real winner Tuesday night was the moderator, who somehow kept things moderately civil.
The order follows revelations that the FBI is investigating SPD officers for working as private enforcers at parking lots and construction sites.
His budget would increase funding for sexual abuse programs and homeless sweeps.
The council scrapped plans for a quick and easy replacement after rowdy leftists cried foul.
The question now becomes who to appoint to fill Burgess’ seat. Nick Licata says he wants a shot.
The City Council president has five days to decide whether he will continue in the interim position.
The Seattle councilmember wants the Amazon boss to help his contract-workers unionize.
Officers Scott Miller and Michael Spaulding say the fiery socialist defamed their reputations.
His draft proposal would help people avoid tickets and impounded vehicles in hopes of breaking the cycle of homelessness.
Murray says: “I am not going to resign.”
The candidates are subject to fundraising caps under the Democracy Voucher program. But the cap goes away when opponents raise big bucks.
The council unanimously approved a 2.25 percent tax that only applies to income over $250,000 yearly.