Posts for September, 2010

Full Council vote on MOHAI agreement moved to Sept. 27th

September 17th, 2010

Council Bill 116995, related to the redevelopment of the Lake Union Armory Building and amending the development agreement between the City of Seattle and the Museum of History and Industry, passed through yesterday morning’s Parks & Seattle Committee with a 6-0 vote and one abstention.  Please note that the date of the full council vote […]


A Roof Over Their Heads: A Better Approach

September 2nd, 2010

Nickelsville’s existence and the now very viable possibility of a permanent “McGinnville” encampment demonstrates how far away we are from solving the problem of homelessness in Seattle. It’s wrong that there are thousands of people who are homeless each night, including the nearly 2,500 who are sleeping under bridges, in parks, on buses, in cars, […]


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