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  • PrideFest Capitol Hill 2017
    After the historic organizers of the June 24 Pride festival in Capitol Hill were not allowed to continue this year due to recent permit violations, the Broadway Business Improvement Area approved emergency funding so Seattle PrideFest could fill in.
  • Man stops in Seattle during quest to visit every national park
    A year after starting his epic journey, Mikah Meyer still has many miles to go before completing his goal of visiting every one of the more than 400 parks and monuments within the U.S. National Park System.
  • First Hill site cleared for affordable housing

    The Sound Transit Board of Directors approved a resolution Thursday declaring surplus property in First Hill suitable for housing development.
    Staff will now begin the process of determining how to ease the burden of creating affordable housing on the site for nonprofit developers.

  • Seattle U housing on the rise
    Construction of Seattle University’s 10-story student housing development started in mid-May, but shiny ceremonial shovels hit the dirt Tuesday at the East Madison site.
  • Ground work starts on Liberty Bank
    The community celebrated Capitol Hill Housing’s Liberty Bank Building groundbreaking in the Central District on Monday, which is expected to provide 115 affordable homes come September 2018.
    
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  • PrideFest Capitol Hill 2017
    After the historic organizers of the June 24 Pride festival in Capitol Hill were not allowed to continue this year due to recent permit violations, the Broadway Business Improvement Area approved emergency funding so Seattle PrideFest could fill in.
  • Jayapal hosting Trumpcare town hall in Seattle
    Washington 7th Congressional District Congresswoman Pramila Jayapal will host a town hall next month addressing the Republican-led Senate’s recently released Obamacare replacement bill.
  • Transit agencies offering youth reduced fares for summer
    King County Metro and Sound Transit are partnering this summer for a pilot program that will offer youth reduced fares from mid-June through Labor Day. Youth ages 6-18 are eligible for reduced youth fares if they use a free ORCA Youth card. King County Metro and a Seattle Streetcar trip will each cost 50 cents, and Sound Transit rides will cost $1.
  • First Lid I-5 open house on June 27
    The Lid I-5 team will be holding their first open house event on 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 27, at The Cloud Room on the fourth floor of Chophouse Row, 1424 11th Ave.
  • Pianos in the Parks opens at Capitol Hill Art Walk
    Pianos in the Parks will be having its opening reception during the Capitol Hill Art Walk 5-7 p.m. Thursday, July 13, at 12th Avenue Arts, 1620 12th Ave.
  • Jimi Hendrix Park grand opening June 17
    Jimi Hendrix Park will have its grand opening noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 17, at 2400 S. Massachusetts St., featuring live performances, a ribbon-cutting ceremony, guest speakers and family activities.

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