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The plan would have raised $55 million a year for homeless services. He says he’s now in favor of a county-wide sales tax instead.
The August ballot measure would nearly double Seattle’s homelessness funding via property taxes.
The greenbelt shows some signs of improvement, but still suffers from neglect.
Last year, campers fled from the Jungle to the Field. Now they’re fleeing the Field.
Several city councilmembers are asking the mayor to give homeless campers a week to clean things up.
The measure, which would need the approval of voters, could be on the August ballot.
Homeless campers have been asking Seattle for fire extinguishers for months.
The civil liberties group is already suing Seattle over the sweeps, arguing they violate the Constitution.
A history of a very difficult census.
Suing for decency.
Seattle’s limited efforts to address homelessness are slowly manifesting.
These are our neighbors who died without a place to call home.
Cody Lee Miller is finally receiving the treatment he needs. The only question is why he had to do what he did to get it.
Located in White Center, West Seattle, and Licton Springs, they will shelter more than 200 souls.
The mayor insists Puyallup is very nice to homeless people. Residents wish they’d go away.
On undocumented immigrants, Constantine says King County won’t ‘ask for people’s papers.’
A few small-spend solutions that might just work.
“These folks know what it means to suffer and they really want to give back.”
Last November the mayor promised extraordinary measures to fight homelessness. After 12 months of plans and battles, have we made any progress?