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West Seattle Bridge; Shop to the Beat: Artists and Small Businesses Apply Now; Your Voice Needed: Highland Park/South Park Trail Connections; Job Readiness Bootcamp for Ages 16-24: Apply by December 18th; Office of the Inspector General Discipline Audit; World AIDS Day & 40th Anniversary; Virtual Office Hours

West Seattle Bridge Here’s some additional information about the start of work on the final stage of the West Seattle Bridge repair with the issuance of the formal “Notice to Proceed” on Monday. Below is a graphic showing the locations and type of repair work that will be done. It’s listed as “Phase 2 Rehabilitation.” […]

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REPAIR WORK BEGINS on West Seattle Bridge

Final Phase of West Seattle Bridge Repair Starts Today SDOT announced the start of construction of repairs to the West Seattle Bridge, with the issuance of the formal “Notice to Proceed” to Kraemer North America. This is great news for our District 1 communities and the entire region. For 20 months, District 1 residents and […]

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Council Adopts 2022 Budget; Mary’s Place Experiences Internet Fraud; West Seattle Bridge/Reconnect West Seattle Update; Pediatric COVID Vaccine Clinic in High Point – Saturday 11/28 and Sunday 12/19; CSCC Tour; East Marginal Way Federal Grant; CLOSING SOON/SDOT Survey on the Alki Point Keep Moving Street; Virtual Office Hours

Council Adopts 2022 Budget On Monday the Council acted to adopt the 2022 budget. We have for the last year and half been working to broaden our city’s definition of public safety to, with intention, a. include traditional public safety investments, b. community safety investments so law enforcement can respond to calls only they are […]

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Seattle City Council Finalizes 2022 Budget, Prioritizing Housing, Homeless Services, Healthy & Safe Communities

Invests an historic $194 million in affordable housing, $15.4 million in homelessness services, fully funds SPD hiring plans while investing $27.5 million in upstream public safety solutions SEATTLE – Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8, Citywide), Chair of the Budget Committee, issued the following statement following the final vote on the 2022 budget from the Select Budget Committee: “The […]

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Mosqueda Corrects Inaccurate Information on SPD; Confirming Federal Monitor Briefed & Feedback Incorporated

Chair Committed to Transparent, Accountable Budget Process that includes correcting misinformation Seattle, WA —  Councilmember Teresa Mosqueda (Pos. 8 – Citywide), Chair of the Select Budget Committee, spoke today during Council Briefing to clarify misinformation published by The Seattle Times editorial board about engagement with the Federal Court Monitor Central, following a Central Staff Presentation last Friday to correct misrepresentations of investments Seattle […]

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West Seattle Bridge Repair Update; This Week in the Budget; Hiring Bonuses; Apply by Today for Individual Cash Assistance from the Seattle Relief Fund; Support Is Available for Family Caregivers

West Seattle Bridge Repair Update SDOT presented updates at the West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force on Wednesday, November 10th. The repair remains on track for completion by mid-2022. The negotiations for the Maximum Allowable Construction Contract (MACC) for the West Seattle Bridge repair are complete, and SDOT expects to issue the formal Notice to […]

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West Seattle Bridge Repair Update, November 5; This Week in the Budget; City of Seattle Announces Awards to Seven Duwamish River Neighborhood Projects; Register for Film Career Day, This Saturday 11/6; Grants for Small Businesses to Implement Vaccine Verification

West Seattle Bridge Repair Update, November 5 West Seattle Bridge Update The latest is that SDOT is in the final stage of completing the negotiation for the Maximum Allowable Construction Contract (MACC) for repair of the bridge. A complete MACC will mean SDOT can finally issue the Notice to Proceed (NTP) for construction of the […]

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Councilmember Herbold Proposes ‘Significant Increases’ in City Budget for Mental Health Investments

SEATTLE –  To respond to the ‘shadow pandemic’, Councilmember Lisa Herbold (District 1, West Seattle and South Park), and Chair of the Public Safety and Human Services Committee proposes additional resources in this year’s budget for school- and community-based mental health clinics, survivors of gender-based violence, and a new voluntary stabilization facility for Seattle residents experiencing a behavioral health crisis. “The […]

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West Seattle Vaccination Clinic; King County Vaccine Verification Toolkit for Businesses; Seattle Relief Fund ; Apply to the Small Business Stabilization Fund; This Week in the Budget; Sound Transit Light Rail Draft EIS; Public Safety Survey; Loans For Fire-Impacted White Center Businesses;

City West Seattle Vaccination Clinic Opening Friday, October 29 The City of Seattle will be opening a vaccination hub in West Seattle beginning on Friday, October 29, at Neighborhood House (6400 Sylvan Way SW) in the High Point neighborhood. The City is partnering with Neighborhood House and Pliable mobile nursing teams for clinic operations.  Pliable […]

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Update on Bridge Repair; This Week in the Budget; Sound Transit Invitation to Apply for Community Advisory Group for West Seattle/Ballard Line; SDOT Enforcing 72 Hour Parking Law; 10/21: Join a Virtual Open House About the Future of the Junction’s Parking Lots; Vaccination Verification Required At Many Businesses Starting October 25; Vaccination Mandate Deadline for City Employees; King County Districting Town Hall; Adopt-A-Drain

West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force Update on Bridge Repair The West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force met on Thursday, October 14th and heard schedule and design updates for the mid-2022 completion of the bridge repair. The 90% design threshold has been met and we are on target to meet the all-important 100% design threshold […]

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