Saturday, 24 October, 2020
https://youtu.be/s6EXykhBnBk In this video, Dave Amos of City Beautiful looks into the thorny politics and issues of school choice, racial and social inequality, segregation, social pressure and amorphous quality ratings, and attendance...
Missing infrastructure and a high crossing guard vacancy rate hamper Seattle students' ability to walk or bike to school Active transportation, which includes any kind of transportation based on physical activity, is universally...
Last week, Seattle got a look at the proposed update to the Seattle Public Library's capital and operations levy, replacing the one expiring this year. While the new levy proposal expands access, it should go even further.
It is apparent early on in conversation with District 7 City Council candidate Michael George that he loves cities, but the dedicated urbanite and co-founder of Parents for a Better Downtown Seattle (PBDS), also professes to be fond...
On Monday, the Seattle City Council adopted several pieces of legislation related to land use, housing, education, and the environment. While the education levy proposition is undoubtedly the marquee headline from the meeting, the city council approved more funding--though...
On Monday, the Seattle City Council met for a relatively light legislative session on policy substance. However, councilmembers approved a new Central District landmark in the form of a culturally-significant church and gave reauthorization for a longstanding homeless shelter...
All public high school students in Seattle will receive free transit passes under a plan to encourage transit ridership both in the immediate and long-term. Mayor Jenny Durkan announced the expanded program during her State of the City speech Tuesday...
At the southwest corner of Othello and Martin Luther King Jr Way, a stone’s throw away from the Othello light rail station is a large weed strewn lot that has sat idle for many years. But as this summer...