Despite the typical
political friction accompanying local primaries, there’s something all
five District 3 candidates can agree on: the city’s hunger for
The good news is that we will get 15-minute service on
Metro Transit’s No. 11 East Madison Street bus this September due to
Proposition 1 funding. The bad news is that there is currently a proposal floating around that would remove the No. 11 from Madison.
Between jobs, I bartended at the Red Onion Tavern and The Attic in the ‘70s, which were popular options in Madison Park for the after-work bunch. The various groups always brightened the day with humor and laughter.
People have interesting short-term needs. Sometimes, it’s
for a ladder or a pressure washer; other times, a movie projector or
kayak. And every once in a while, a chicken start-up kit.
Every year, taxpayers in Seattle pay for millions of dollars
of emergency medical care for people who have been shot. It’s time for
the gun industry to chip in to help defray these costs.