Category Archives: parks

Comprehensive Plan getting comprehensive Council review

The 2035 Comprehensive Plan final draft  has been published by the Mayor’s Office, and is about to go through an extensive review process both as a public process and by the City Council. Yesterday the Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee got a high-level overview of the changes in the plan and the process the Council will use to review it.

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Waterfront redevelopment plan wrestles with two issues

This morning the Parks, Seattle Center, Libraries and Waterfront Committee was briefed on two ongoing sticking points with the plan for redeveloping the Seattle Waterfront.  One is a thorny problem, and the other is an opportunity to do something really cool.

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This week: SODO arena, housing levy, minimum wage impact

Lots of things are happening this week in Council chambers, including a hearing and possible vote on the SODO Arena street vacation, a report on the impact of the increased minimum wage, and amendments to the 2016 Housing Levy.

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