May 11

Ready to be displaced by redevelopment of its...

Ready to be displaced by redevelopment of its longtime Midtown Center home, Earl’s Cuts and Styles will be moving into the Liberty Bank development, leaving its former home of 26 years on the corner of 23rd and Union.

    Earl's Cuts - and, maybe, some legendary eats - set for new home in Liberty Bank Building
    At its annual fundraiser last week, Capitol Hill Housing announced some news about its Liberty Bank Building project at 24th and Union that hits right at the heart of the "inclusive" development.
    https://www.capitolhillseattle.com

May 10

Oh, Yes—A Soft Serve and Doughnut Shop Is Coming to Georgetown

$ Dessert, Ice Cream 2016 E Union

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The storefront at 6014 12th Ave S.

    Oh, Yes-A Soft Serve and Doughnut Shop Is Coming to Georgetown
    A couple of years ago when Darren McGill and Kryse Martin-McGill lived in Georgetown they noticed something...off. "Going out to eat a lot in that area, we realized there wasn't a dessert place." (Cue ominous music.)
    https://www.seattlemet.com

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Your Voice, Your Choice: Vote is Coming!

Project #17-358: Crossing Improvements on 19th & Cherry

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Project # 18-110: Crossing Improvements on Sylvan Way SW at SW Sylvan Heights Dr.

Project # 17-174: Crossing Improvements on California Ave SW and SW College St

Project # 18-167: Improvements on Fauntleroy Way SW & SW Findlay St/SW Brandon St

Project #18-208: Traffic Calming on S. Morgan St. and 33rd Ave. S

Project #18-207: Crossing Improvements & Traffic Calming at Rainier Ave & S Holly St

Project #18-313: Sidewalk Repair on Summit between Madison & Spring

Project #18-805: Crossing Improvements on E Aloha St and 14th Ave E

Project #18-360: Crossing Improvements on E Jefferson & 15th/16th Ave

Project #18-449: Improvements at NE 54th St, NE 55th St, Ravenna Ave NE and 22nd Ave NE

Project #18-402: Bike Signal Improvements on Burke Gilman Trail crossing Stone Way N at N 34th St

Project #18-566: Walkway Improvements on 26th Ave NE and NE 125th St

Project #18-592: Traffic Calming and Pedestrian Improvements on NE 145th St & 30th Ave NE

Project #18-682: Improvements on 8th and Leary

Project #18-671/18-672/18-675: Crossing Improvements on 39th and Phinney/Linden/Dayton

Project #18-714: Crossing Improvements on Queen Anne Dr. and 4th Ave North

Project #18-749: Crossing Improvements & Traffic Calming on 10th Avenue West and Olympic Way West

Project #18-725: Crossing Improvements on Western Ave & Lenora/Blanchard

    Your Voice, Your Choice: Vote is Coming! - Front Porch
    We can't wait for the Your Voice, Your Choice vote coming up from June 16 to July 16! While we work to get everything ready for YOU to decide how $3 million will be spent on park and street improvements, here are some updates: on how to get involved, the distribution of funding across the ...
    http://frontporch.seattle.gov

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Connelly: Gene Duvernoy retires from Forterra, a 250,000 acre legacy lives

...from estuaries of the Olympic Peninsula to ridges overlooking the Kittitas Valley, to redevelopment at 23rd & Union in Central Seattle...

    Connelly: Gene Duvernoy retires from Forterra, a 250,000 acre legacy lives
    Gene Duvernoy is retiring as president of Forterra, Washington State's most successful land preservation group. Once known as the Cascade Land Conservancy, Forterra has protected 250,000 acres from the Washington Coast to the Kittitas Valley, and is now about preserving urban landscapes and cultures.
    https://www.seattlepi.com

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Mar 30

Scheduling issues cause Georgia Pacific workers to strike

Carpenters Local 2086 Union representative Marcus McLaurin tells WDAM-TV that employees are unable to schedule vacations or know when they aren’t scheduled to work.

    Scheduling issues cause Georgia Pacific workers to strike
    TAYLORSVILLE, Miss. (AP) - Some Georgia Pacific workers in Taylorsville, Mississippi, are on strike over scheduling issues after nearly a year of negotiating. Carpenters Local 2086 Union representative Marcus McLaurin tells WDAM-TV that employees are unable to schedule vacations or...
    https://www.seattletimes.com

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