Braddock and Johnson Winning: Some Good Election News

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The results are in. Well, sort of. Thanks to various rules and laws on elections, we won’t see final results until much later. But the trends in the first round of counting are important. Those numbers are positive for Shannon Braddock  and Rob Johnson, candidates we supported. Overall, the results look good. We have some […]

Panel: The Future of Innovation in Seattle


What happens when a neighborhood like Pioneer Square or South Like Union turns into a thriving center for tech? How, exactly, does that happen? Knowing that we are growing, what kind of community do we want to become? And frankly, what does technology and innovation have to do with making Seattle a great place to live and […]

Council to Hear Public Comments on HALA Recommendations Tonight


Tonight at City Hall, the City Council’s Select Committee on Housing will hear public comments on recommendations of the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda (HALA) Committee. Here’s the details: Wednesday, September 9, 5:30 p.m. (Public Hearing), Council Chambers There are 65 recommendations in the HALA document, many of which are great ideas. However, the one […]