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  • No more room at the inn

    The lengthy list of requirements on adult family homes could restrict the number of new facilities needed to meet the growing demand by an aging population in Seattle and King County, according to the owner of multiple senior-care facilities.

     
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Clinic helping to curb animal population
    On Feb. 24, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proclaimed World Spay Day to be honored in our city with an homage to the Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS) Spay & Neuter Clinic.
  • FOOD MATTERS | Dine Around Seattle and more

    By the time you hold this in your hands, the month will be half over, but it’s never too late: Dine Around Seattle (dinearoundseattle.org) is back. 

     
  • Proposed bill would split school district
    Does Seattle Public Schools (SPS) adequately serve its 35,000 students? Recently, two state lawmakers said no.
  • A SLU of activity

    DJ Woolsey enjoys driving from Wallingford to drop his girlfriend off at work in South Lake Union (SLU). It means he can shoot hoops on the blacktop basketball court surrounded by a chain-link fence and glassy retail space. It’s nice that the court is rarely crowded, but he really likes how the high-rise buildings block the sun from his eyes.

    
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  • A SLU of activity

    DJ Woolsey enjoys driving from Wallingford to drop his girlfriend off at work in South Lake Union (SLU). It means he can shoot hoops on the blacktop basketball court surrounded by a chain-link fence and glassy retail space. It’s nice that the court is rarely crowded, but he really likes how the high-rise buildings block the sun from his eyes.

     
  • It’s a cliché of every local election: The dynamic candidate, in search of your vote, is going to do something about Seattle’s awful traffic. Every state legislative candidate, mayoral hopeful, would-be county and City Council member and more than a few aspiring school board members all want to fix Seattle’s traffic. And then they get into office. 

     
     
  • No more room at the inn

    The lengthy list of requirements on adult family homes could restrict the number of new facilities needed to meet the growing demand by an aging population in Seattle and King County, according to the owner of multiple senior-care facilities.

     
     
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