Lewis unveils new partnership to build twelve “tiny home” villages

This afternoon, Council member Andrew Lewis announced a new partnership, called “It Takes a Village,” to create an additional 480 units of “tiny homes” in twelve 40-unit villages sited across the city. The effort is intended to help close the gap between the number of people living unsheltered in the city and the number of emergency shelter beds available.

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Mobile vaccination team moves on to next phase

This morning the city’s new Mobile Vaccination Team, which is staffed by Seattle Fire Department paramedics and EMTs, announced that it has finished up its work on vaccinating residents and workers in adult family homes, and as of yesterday has moved on to its next set of people to vaccinate: home healthcare workers, and older residents of permanent support housing and affordable housing buildings in the city.

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Wednesday news roundup

The tyrant Donald Trump has been removed from power. The Republic is preserved. Now we must rededicate ourselves to the hard work before us: to learn from our many mistakes, to fix what is broken, to raise up downtrodden Americans, and to strive to form a more perfect union.  

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