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.
It’s never too late: Dine Around Seattle (dinearoundseattle.org) is back.
King County Metro Transit will have experts speak on the future of
public transportation in the county during a “visioning” workshop on
Tuesday, March 31.
I think it’s safe to say that when you call your movie “Get Hard,” you’re begging for audiences to go in with low expectations. To my astonishment, “Get Hard” is not only funny but consistently funny, a major plus.
If voters weren’t scared off by the number of levies they’ve
approved in recent years asking for their tax dollars, the city’s Move
Seattle transportation levy should do it.
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