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Councilmember Sally Bagshaw issued the following statement regarding today’s Council decision to introduce legislation which revises the City’s encampment clear out policy: “Councilmembers introduced legislation today designed to develop policies for how the City manages homeless encampments. The legislation will be considered in my Human Services and Public Health Committee this month. This legislation seeks […][Full Post]
Councilmembers Sally Bagshaw, Lorena González and Lisa Herbold joined with the University of Washington to co-host a Paid Parental Leave Symposium at UW yesterday, where elected officials, business leaders, worker advocates, and researchers convened to discuss the scope and tools available to consider paid family leave policies for Seattle workers. Over 60 people participated in […][Full Post]
Councilmember Sally Bagshaw (District 7, Pioneer Square to Magnolia) released the following statement on Seattle voters’ decision to reject Initiative 123 (Viaduct Park): “We are in the midst of a once in a lifetime opportunity to reshape Seattle’s downtown waterfront, and with today’s vote, we can continue the inclusive community effort to create a welcoming […][Full Post]
SEATTLE – Sound Transit Board members Mayor Ed Murray and City Councilmember Rob Johnson introduced amendments to the Sound Transit 3 (ST3) plan during today’s Board meeting in conjunction with other board members around the region. The amendments effectively expand light rail and other transit services throughout the region. “These changes are big wins for […][Full Post]
Posted: May 26th, 2016 under Bagshaw, Councilmember Bagshaw, Councilmember González, Councilmember Harrell, Councilmember Herbold, Councilmember Johnson, Councilmember O'Brien, Gonzalez, Harrell, Herbold, Johnson, Obrien.
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SEATTLE – Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw and Metropolitan King County Council Vice Chair Rod Dembowski introduced a resolution to the Seattle-King County Board of Health today to call for a coordinated local response to improve King County’s compliance with State law that requires domestic violence offenders surrender their firearms when they have protection orders […][Full Post]