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City leaders don't contribute to their own program helping poor people pay the light bills.
They want to be understood, but strident critics regard SPD's outreach as too doctrinaire.
"IT SOUNDS LIKE the new Fremont vs. the old Fremont," muses Kathryn Harper of the Seattle City Attorney's office. Sound Mind & Body Gym, a… Continue reading
Even supporters of the mayor's racial profiling plan don't know how to pay for it.
Paul Allen's Vulcan stacks the deck in Cascade.
City Council member is developing a webcast of her public life.
Years of work on racial profiling are in jeopardy.
"THERE'S NO conspiracy," explains Seattle City Council mem-ber Margaret Pageler. On March 11, Pageler introduced legislation to exempt the Northgate Mall from its neighborhood plan.… Continue reading
Changing costs may save the Lillian.
"THIS IS THE END of a very long road," Seattle City Council member Jim Compton announced Monday, as he introduced the legislation his public safety… Continue reading
A city charter amendment might do more harm than good.
The city, or Paul Allen's Vulcan Inc.?