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  • Community council remains focused on housing, harm reduction
    Natalie Curtis has been holding down the fort for the Capitol Hill Community Council for months, and she’s hopeful she’ll see renewed interest from residents in getting engaged with a number of neighborhood initiatives in 2018.
  • Cal Anderson Park getting lit
    Improved lighting in Cal Anderson Park alone isn’t expected to deter criminal behavior, but making the space more inviting at night could go a long way.
    “No one’s going to want to sit and look at the dark water feature,” said Jill Cody with dark|light design, the consulting firm behind the 2015 Cal Anderson Park Lighting Master Plan.
  • Voting opens on Pike Flats mural
    A large art mural is going up on the new Pike Flats building under development at East Pike Street and Harvard Avenue. As for what that will be, the developers are surprisingly open, said UrbanArtworks director Kathleen Warren.
  • Review board clears Pratt Fine Arts Center early design
    Plans for a new mixed-used development that expands the Pratt Fine Arts Center campus in the Central Area cleared an early design guidance meeting on Wednesday, but architects will need to fill in some holes for the review board when it returns for final approval.
  • Attorney General to file suit over net neutrality roll back

    The Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 on Thursday to roll back net neutrality rules imposed two years ago, and Washington lawmakers and its top attorney are responding.

    
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  • Cal Anderson Park getting lit
    Improved lighting in Cal Anderson Park alone isn’t expected to deter criminal behavior, but making the space more inviting at night could go a long way.
    “No one’s going to want to sit and look at the dark water feature,” said Jill Cody with dark|light design, the consulting firm behind the 2015 Cal Anderson Park Lighting Master Plan.
  • Central Co-op tenant improvements complete
    After an eight-month tenant improvement project, Central Co-op now has an inside staircase linking the grocery store and its upper parking garage, a new vestibule for its elevator and a singular front entrance.
  • Capitol Hill International Montessori Academy opening in early 2018

    The International Montessori Academy has plans to open a new school in Capitol Hill in early 2018.
    “We’ve always wanted to be in the heart of the city,” said founder Yimin Chen. “Right now, we have parents driving from Capitol Hill. We have parents coming to the Eastside from all over.”


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