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Posted by Kerry Dirk   Local The Department of Planning and Development is current conducting a Ballard to Interbay Land Use Corridor Study. The project goals will address a balance

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Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   The Pacific Northwest’s 2013 Powerful Business Energy Conference will be held May 23 at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue. This year’s conference will

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Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   Seattle is slowly replacing several parking spots for an intended total of eight parklets. These mini parks are about two spaces wide and

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Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   Seattle Parks and Recreation is starting a planning process to address future directions for the parks system. A draft of the Parks Legacy

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Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local Have a question about Car2Go? Read about a recent interview with the CEO Nick Cole to learn about how Car2Go works with city transit systems and

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  Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   How safe do you feel as a pedestrian in Seattle? Although Seattle is one of the ten safest metro areas for pedestrians,

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  Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   Read about one 85-year-old’s campaign to bring sidewalks to Aurora Avenue. Richard Dyksterhuis, who played a pivotal role in the nearly complete Linden Avenue

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  Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local Transit ridership increased 11.8 percent between January 2012 and January 2013 as the Seattle area added more than 30,000 jobs. The Sounder commuter rail

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  Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local The Seattle Neighborhood Planning team recently received a National Planning Achievement Award for its development of the Health Living Assessment (HLA). The HLA provides a

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  Posted by Kerry Dirk     Local   Strollers are now allowed on King County Metro buses.  Those riding with strollers are required to unpack the stroller and collapse it if

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