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DESC’s West Wing Shelter

For much of my Council tenure I’ve worked with housing providers, funders, case managers, police, judges, city attorneys, business and labor leaders, our King County Prosecuting Attorney, Nav Team members, LEAD leaders and many more to pull the system together.  FINALLY we are coming to consensus, we know what works and these strategies are being […]

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Magnolia Bridge Planning Study Results Released

Dear Neighbors, For over one year my office has been working to ensure the Magnolia Bridge Planning Study is coordinated with the many projects planned and envisioned in Interbay. Last year we organized the Interbay Regional Transportation Corridor workgroup including State, County, Sound Transit, Port elected officials and staff to seek a State funding package.  […]

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Block the box

I was disappointed to learn that the “Block the Box” bill sponsored by Rep. Joe Fitzgibbon failed to gain a floor vote in the House earlier in this Legislative Session.  This bill would provide a crucial tool to reduce congestion and improve safety at key Downtown intersections, especially for pedestrians.  Perhaps it can be resurrected […]

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System Failure and System Improvements

Last week several Seattle community leaders released a report called “System Failure”.   The report focused on 100 individuals, most of whom had been booked into King County jail four or more times in a rolling 12-month period. Scott Lindsay, the writer of the report, acknowledged that our criminal justice system is not working as any […]

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Wisdom Cafe

Many seniors are living longer than previous generations, that’s no secret. Fortunately, a growing number of us –old and young – are embracing the All Ages and Abilities caring approach to include our elders’ voices in decision making.   Older adults offer priceless life experience, and many continue to share their wisdom.  King County libraries […]

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Opening Day for the Waterfront Tunnel — Ground Hog’s Day Comments

Here are my comments from the ribbon cutting ceremony for our SR99 tunnel on February 2, 2019. There are moments in each of our lives that change everything. You might think about: • The day you received a fat envelope to the college of your choice. • The day you volunteered to be helpful and […]

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Prepare to Care: Start the Conversation and Where to Find Tools to Help

Since the establishment of Age Friendly Seattle two years ago I have championed making Seattle a more age-friendly city for all of our residents. An important part of this work is our day to day effort to include our seniors and disabled neighbors when making decisions.  This goes for major decisions like transportation options and […]

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Livable Community Series – Mobility and Transportation

As we kick off 2019, I am doubling down my commitment to making Seattle an Age Friendly City that is safe and livable for everyone in our community, young and old, for all ages and abilities. Seattle’s Age Friendly Seattle program is already making progress. We are focusing on improving the lives of Seattle residents […]

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Livable Community Series – Transportation

As we kick off 2019, I am doubling down my commitment to making Seattle an Age Friendly City that is safe and livable for everyone in our community, young and old, for all ages and abilities.  Seattle’s Age Friendly Seattle program is already making progress. We are focusing on improving the lives of Seattle residents […]

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2019- The Year of Action

2018 Budget and Looking Forward to 2019 After a robust and respectful budget process, the Seattle City Council voted to approve a $5.9 billion 2019 City Budget on November 19, 2018. It was my privilege to serve my colleagues and the city as Budget Chair.  While this was my first year in that role, it […]

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