WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Drew DeVitis   Local   Seattle voters will decide on Proposition 1, which calls for the creation of Metropolitan Parks District. Feet First joins dozens of other organizations

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Drew DeVitis   Local   In 20 parks throughout Seattle and King County, you’ll find colorfully decorated pianos donated by Classic Pianos, designed by an artist from the

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Scott Kubly is named the new director of SDOT. Streetblog published an article on Kubly’s time in Chicago.   The City of Redmond recently

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   On June 23 Housing Authority director Andrew Lofton, Deputy Mayor Hyeok Kim, Council Members Sally Clark and Tom Rasmussen, and area residents

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local The South Park Community, Seattle Parks Foundation, and Barker Landscape Architects recently completed the South Park Green Space Vision Plan.   Kirkland City Council Members,

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   This summer SDOT is installing speed humps in four Seattle school zones. Lowering vehicle speed is an effective way to improve

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   City officials in Seattle have filed an application with the Department of Planning and Development for a nicer way to walk from downtown to

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Seattle will install traffic cameras at five more schools in June to enforce a 20 mph limit during arrival and departure.

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   In Washington State Native Americans have the highest pedestrian fatality rate. While Washington is one of the safest states on the Pedestrian Danger Index overall, Native

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WEEKLY WALK AROUND THE NEWS

Posted by Zoe Harris and Drew DeVitis   Local   Roxhill Elementary in West Seattle hosted an all-school walk day, which featured a remote bus drop-off, the Denny International Middle School Marching

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