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  • Durkan announces $636 million education levy
    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan acknowledged a seven-year, $636.5 million education levy she’s proposing to fund her Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise plan will be a hard sell to voters come November, but she says the programs it will fund are crucial to improving the city’s economic future.
  • Restoring the Alder Creek Natural Area

    Wallis Bolz walked the trails in the Alder Creek Natural Area on a wet Saturday in mid-April, pointing out areas in need of weeding and laying down wood chips. Bolz and the Green Footprints Action Works group organized the first work party on the city-owned property that once served as a dumping ground thick with blackberries and ivy back in April 2008.

  • Junkichi heats up on Broadway
    The coals were hot and the sake was smashed during an invitation-only party celebrating the opening of Junkichi, a robata-style izakaya restaurant in Capitol Hill. Junkichi officially opens on Sunday, April 15.
  • The Madrona Company fills retail space at The Valley

    The Madrona Company’s new four-story mixed-use residential development The Valley has filled its ground-floor retail spaces and plans to start welcoming residents in May.

     
  • The Polka Dot Jersey rides again
    Much of Matt Telmosse’s clientele are mid-level professionals and avid cyclists, but they won’t have to go long distance to find The Polka Dot Jersey’s new Leschi shop.
    
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  • Seattle mayor proposes congestion pricing to help meet carbon-reduction goals

    Congestion pricing could be coming to the city’s downtown core, as part of a new push to reduce carbon emissions announced Wednesday.
    But Mayor Jenny Durkan says downtown tolling is only one part of a larger slate of “meaningful changes” needed to meet carbon goals and relieve traffic congestion in the face of inaction from the Trump administration.

  • Restoring the Alder Creek Natural Area

    Wallis Bolz walked the trails in the Alder Creek Natural Area on a wet Saturday in mid-April, pointing out areas in need of weeding and laying down wood chips. Bolz and the Green Footprints Action Works group organized the first work party on the city-owned property that once served as a dumping ground thick with blackberries and ivy back in April 2008.

  • Durkan announces $636 million education levy
    Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan acknowledged a seven-year, $636.5 million education levy she’s proposing to fund her Families, Education, Preschool, and Promise plan will be a hard sell to voters come November, but she says the programs it will fund are crucial to improving the city’s economic future.

  • This is a doozy of a cold and flu season. Some report that the flu vaccine has only been about 10 percent effective making it even more difficult to avoid an infection. Have you talked with your primary care doctor or visited the Madison Park Pharmica for a strategy to treat a cold or flu?
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