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Advisory: Mosqueda to Advance City’s Commitment to Protecting Workers from Harassment and Intimidation

PRESS ADVISORY   Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda EVENT DATE 9:30 a.m. Thursday, December 6 Contact: Dana Robinson Slote, Council Communications, (206) 615-0061       Mosqueda to Advance City’s Commitment to Protecting Workers from Harassment and Intimidation Committee meeting participants will address need for new office ‘… to create impactful, lasting change’ SEATTLE – Today at 9:30 am, […]

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Councilmember Juarez, President Harrell Celebrate Approval of NHL Expansion Team in Seattle

Councilmember Debora Juarez (District 5, North Seattle) and Council President Bruce Harrell (District 2 South Seattle), Co-Chairs of the Select Committee on Civic Arenas, issued the following statements after the NHL Board of Governors approved an expansion in Seattle, which will bring a hockey team in 2021. The team will play in the soon-to-be renovated […]

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Mosqueda: Regional, Statewide Changes Needed to Promote Affordable Housing

Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide), Chair of Council’s Housing, Health, Energy and Workers’ Rights Committee, issued the following statement in response to the Seattle Planning Commission’s report, titled “Neighborhoods for All: Expanding housing opportunity in Seattle’s single-family zones” which was released to the public earlier today: “With a significant amount of our City being […]

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City Council Meetings to Include Closed Captioning

Councilmember Herbold championed increased accessibility to public meetings   Councilmember Lisa Herbold (District 1, West Seattle, South Park), who has led efforts related to disabilities-related issues since first being elected in 2015, is pleased to announce the addition of real-time captioning by Seattle Channel to its live cable TV broadcasts of City Council meetings, including […]

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Letter Urging Pete Holmes to Drop the Charges Against Peaceful No New Youth Jail Protesters

On November 29, 2018 I sent the following letter to City Attorney Pete Holmes, urging him to drop all charges against the three clergy arrested while peacefully protesting the new youth jail. Dear Pete Holmes, I am writing to urge you to drop all charges against the three courageous members of the clergy who were […]

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TOMORROW- Have Tickets or Other Seattle Municipal Court Issues?  Come To  Delridge Community Center From 10am – 4pm; Semi-Annual Streetcar Report Shows Operations Deficits; Reminder: Re-Entry Lunch and Learn Thursday December 6, 2018; In-District Office Hours

TOMORROW- Have Tickets or Other Seattle Municipal Court Issues?  Come To  Delridge Community Center From 10am – 4pm Seattle Municipal Court will be at the Delridge Community Center tomorrow, Friday, November 30th, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. to help resolve warrants, share options for addressing unpaid tickets, provide relicensing assistance or a referral to a […]

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Mosqueda Selected to Serve on National Task Force to Address Housing Crisis Across America

Coinciding with her one-year anniversary, Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide) was appointed to the National League of Cities (NLC) National Affordable Housing Task Force. This national body, made up of elected officials from around the country, will explore how communities can better respond  to the housing affordability crisis felt across the country. The task […]

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Giving Thanks; This week’s budget update: Council passes 2019-2020 City budget; Alaskan Way Viaduct Closure Information Meeting November 26 @ Delridge CC; No Garbage Collection on Thanksgiving Day

Giving Thanks On this Thanksgiving Day eve, I find that there is so much for which I have to give thanks.  There are people in District 1 and elsewhere who deserve recognition. In raising their voices, they help contribute every day to making Seattle a better city and they insure that City government is making decisions […]

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Councilmember Johnson’s Statement Regarding Ruling on Mandatory Housing Affordability Decision

Councilmember Rob Johnson (Dist. 4, Northeast Seattle) issued the following statement today after the City of Seattle Hearing Examiner, Ryan P. Vancil, ruled on an appeal to the adequacy of the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the Citywide Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) proposal. His decision requires the City to conduct additional analysis of historic […]

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Celebrating Victories in the 2019-2020 Budget

On Monday, November 19th my council colleagues and I held our final vote to pass the 2019-2020 City Budget. This was my third budget process, and after an incredibly busy eight weeks, I believe that this package of investments is a direct reflection of community priorities and our city values and I want to highlight […]

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