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Seattle Hopes to Restart Neighborhood Relations

The Mayor’s Office hosted a “Neighborhood Summit” at the Seattle Center on Saturday for the purpose of connecting city government with citizens. In addition to over 20 city departments and offices, 600 people of all ages and walks of life … Continue reading

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Murray Sees Progress Ahead for Seattle

Newly elected Seattle Mayor Ed Murray delivered his first State of the City address Tuesday afternoon in a packed chamber at City Hall. He highlighted the pride and spirit of community that is embodied in Seattlites, and also went over … Continue reading

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Mayoral Candidates Differ on Rail Options

Seattle, long known for its progressive tendencies, is only now starting to embrace a 21st century transportation network. Two freeways cut through downtown and the one-third of commuters face potential bus service cuts, but optimistically there is an increasing amount … Continue reading

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