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Help influence $17.5 million in transportation spending: The Puget Sound Regional Council is planning to dole out $17.5 million for pedestrian and bike grants. The comment period for these projects ends on Thursday, January 25th. There are a lot...
With only about 400 ballots left to tally across King County, election results have solidified, and six of seven candidates we endorsed along with a number of progressive groups prevailed--rather decisively. The one exception was Shaun Scott who lost a...
We asked Seattle City Council candidates to submit answers to a questionnaire before meeting with us as The Urbanist Election Board decided which candidate to endorse in each race. Yesterday, we recapped candidates' affordable housing strategy responses. Another issue...
Just like Seattle, Minneapolis has several high-profile political races that could push the city in a more progressive and urbanist direction. Mayor Betsy Hodges, the incumbent, has drawn a wealth of challengers even though she has overseen some policy...
As part of our endorsement process at The Urbanist, we ask candidates to complete a standard questionnaire to better understand and evaluate their positions on housing, land use, transportation, and other important issues. We then share this information with our readers...
As part of our endorsement process at The Urbanist, we ask candidates to complete a standard questionnaire to better understand and evaluate their positions on housing, land use, transportation, and other important issues. We then share this information with...
As part of our endorsement process at The Urbanist, we ask candidates to complete a standard questionnaire to better understand and evaluate their positions on housing, land use, transportation, and other important issues. We then share this information with our readers...
On Tuesday afternoon The Seattle Times' Danny Westneat broke the news (in an inflammatory manner) that Mayor Ed Murray's committee on housing may recommend making changes to the city's single-family zoning. If the idea lands on the committee's final set of...