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SPD 911 Follow Up Messages / Working Families Tax Credit Available Starting February 1st / Sound Transit Light Rail Study Updates + Survey / Update on West Marginal Way SW / Seattle Transportation Plan Comment Through February 21st / SPD Traffic Collision Investigation Update / HSD Seeking Victim Support Team Seeking Community Volunteers

Content SPD 911 Follow Up Messages Working Families Tax Credit Available Starting February 1st Sound Transit Light Rail Study Updates + Survey Update on West Marginal Way SW Seattle Transportation Plan Comment Through February 21st SPD Traffic Collision Investigation Update HSD Seeking Victim Support Team Seeking Community Volunteers SPD 911 Follow-Up Messages Starting January 26th, […]

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Black History Month Proclamation / More Tragic Gun Violence in Vulnerable Communities / Memphis Police Video / Mayor Harrell Nominates Deputy Chief Rebecca Gonzales for CSCC Director / West Seattle High School Parking Lot Gate Installation / City Hall Severe Weather Shelter Open / South Park Tide Update / 4th Quarter Reconnect West Seattle Report / Resuming Late Fees for Unpaid Tickets / Committee Recap

Contents Black History Month Proclamation More Tragic Gun Violence in Vulnerable Communities Memphis Police Video Mayor Harrell Nominates Deputy Chief Rebecca Gonzales for CSCC Director West Seattle High School Parking Lot Gate Installation City Hall Severe Weather Shelter Open South Park Tide Update 4th Quarter Reconnect West Seattle Report Seattle Municipal Court Resuming Late Fees […]

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Preparation for King Tides in South Park / Spokane Street Bridge Presentation / Fauntleroy Watershed Annual Report / Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee / Public Comment on Zoning Modifications at West Seattle High School

Contents Preparation for King Tides in South Park Spokane Street Bridge Presentation Fauntleroy Watershed Annual Report Move Seattle Levy Oversight Committee Public Comment on Zoning Modifications at West Seattle High School Preparation for King Tides in South Park On December 27 and 28, South Park experienced flooding resulting from the confluence of an extreme storm, […]

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Spokane Street (Low) Bridge Update / PSHS Committee Updates / Regional Policy Committee Vote Supporting Behavioral Health Levy / Landmarks Ordinance Amendment / Fire Department Ride-Along for District 1 Stations 37 and 26 / January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month Proclamation / MLK Day

Content Spokane Street (Low) Bridge Update PSHS Committee Updates Regional Policy Committee Vote Supporting Behavioral Health Levy Landmarks Ordinance Amendment Fire Department Ride-Along for District 1 Stations 37 and 26 January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month Proclamation MLK Day Seattle Spokane Street (Low) Bridge Update SDOT announced the re-opening of the Spokane Street (low) Bridge […]

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Council Vote on Police Chief Appointment / South Park Flooding Update / Spokane Street (low) Bridge Update / Neighborhood / Gender-based Violence Survivor Services / The WRAP Act

Contents Council Vote on Police Chief Appointment South Park Flooding Update Spokane Street (low) Bridge Update Neighborhood Street Fund Awards: 26th Ave SW & SW Cambridge Gender-Based Violence Survivor Services The WRAP Act Council Vote on Police Chief Appointment At Council’s first meeting of the year, on behalf of the Public Safety and Human Services […]

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Public Safety and Human Services Committee Update // COVID/flu vaccines and masking recs // Duwamish Basin Steward Legislation // Speed Bumps in Alki Neighborhood // Winter Weather Information: Roads, bus service, SPU, and shelter

PSHS: Chief appointment vote in committee, URM briefing COVID/flu vaccines and masking recs Duwamish Basin Steward Legislation Speed Bumps in Alki Neighborhood Winter Weather Information: Roads, bus service, SPU, and shelter Public Safety and Human Services Committee Update During this week’s Public Safety and Human Services Committee, Senior Deputy Mayor Monisha Harrell presented Interim Chief […]

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My Plans for 2023 / Police Chief Confirmation / Delridge Pedestrian Bridge Retrofit / Mental Health in Cities / Heating Oil Tax Repealed

Contents Plans for 2023 Chief of Police Confirmation in PSHS Committee December 13 Delridge Pedestrian Bridge Retrofit Mental Health is Also a Matter for Cities Municipal Court to Start Taking Action on Unpaid Spokane Street (low) Bridge Tickets Heating Oil Tax Repealed City Council Seeking Candidates for Seattle Public Safety Civil Service Commission One Seattle Climate […]

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Council Adopts 2023/24 Budget / Together We End Gun Violence Symposium / East Marginal Way Project Update / OPCD One Seattle Plan Update

Contents Council Adopts 2023/24 Budget Together We End Gun Violence Symposium East Marginal Way Project Update OPCD One Seattle Plan Update Council Adopts 2023/24 Budget On Monday, the City Council adopted the 2023 budget and endorsed the 2024 budget. I am grateful to Budget Chair Mosqueda for her work in developing this balancing package, which […]

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The City of Seattle 2023-2024 Biennial Budget Passes

Despite a tough budget year, Council invests over half a billion dollars in affordable housing and other urgent needs SEATTLE – Budget Chair Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide and Chair of the Select Budget Committee) and issued the following press release after the City Council’s final passage of the 2023-2024 budget. “The budget passed […]

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Budget Update // Public Safety: The Budget Reality vs. Rhetoric // Ingraham Students Rally // Public Safety Civil Service Commission Adopts Community Service Preference Points // Redistricting Commission Adopts New Council District Boundaries

Budget Update On Monday, the Budget Chair presented her initial Balancing Package for the 2023/24 budget. The Budget Chair’s balancing package incorporates some of the amendments Councilmembers proposed to amend the Mayor’s proposed budget discussed during the last several weeks. Now that the Chair’s balancing package is out, the next step is for City Councilmembers […]

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