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  • City attorney defends record against challenger's criticism
    Accusations of financial carelessness, a strained relationship with police and ineffectiveness in the courtroom have marked the contentious race for city attorney between two-term incumbent Pete Holmes and challenger Scott Lindsay.
  • Plymouth on First Hill housing chronically homeless
    Plymouth Housing Group opened its 14th development this month in First Hill, which will not only provide 77 units to people experiencing homelessness, but also includes an on-site medical clinic for those dealing with mental and physical health challenges.
  • One-way reception for Melrose Avenue
    The Melrose Promenade has begun soliciting community feedback for what should be done to improve Melrose Avenue between Pike and Pine streets, with a number of residents and businesses currently supporting turning it into a one-way festival street in the future.
  • Design Commission approves Pike Pine Renaissance Act One concept design
    The Seattle Design Commission on Thursday cleared the Pike Pine Renaissance: Act One concept design to continue developing as presented.
  • Cal Anderson Park projects moving forward
    Seattle Parks and Recreation is nearly ready to begin constructing an all-gender restroom facility and upgrading the water feature in Cal Anderson Park, with plans to complete those projects before next summer.
    
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  • Plymouth on First Hill housing chronically homeless
    Plymouth Housing Group opened its 14th development this month in First Hill, which will not only provide 77 units to people experiencing homelessness, but also includes an on-site medical clinic for those dealing with mental and physical health challenges.
  • Broadway BIA on track for another banner year

    The Broadway Business Improvement Area is on track to have another successful year in Capitol Hill, with the expectation that it will raise more revenue through dues than in the past eight years, said Sierra Hansen.

     

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