Tag: Morales

Home » Morales
Seattle City Councilmember Tammy J. Morales speaks with the members of the Social Housing Developer Board for the first time at Seattle City Hall.

Councilmember Morales urges Council to reject unprecedented attempt to ramp up failed War on Drugs

Seattle City Councilmember Tammy J. Morales (District 2 – South Seattle) urged her colleagues to reject CB 120586 – legislation proposed by Republican City Attorney Ann Davison to ramp up the failed War on Drugs. It would, for the first time in Seattle’s history, allow the City Attorney to prosecute drug possession and public drug...


Councilmember Morales Hosts the First Gathering of the Seattle Social Housing Developer Board

Seattle, WA – On Friday morning, Councilmember Tammy J. Morales (District 2, Chinatown / International District and South Seattle) and newly appointed members of the Seattle Social Housing Developer Board gathered for the first time at Councilmember Morales’ Neighborhoods Committee. Eight members joined both virtually and in person.   The new board is tasked with overseeing the social...


Councilmembers Morales and Mosqueda celebrate passage of $10 rental late fee cap

Seattle joined the cities of Auburn and Burien to cap late fees for rental payments to no more than ten dollars a month. Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales (District 2 – Southeast Seattle & Chinatown-International District) prime sponsored an amendment, and Teresa Mosqueda (Position 8 – At-Large) co-sponsored the amendment to restore the cap on...


Councilmember Morales, Mayor Harrell, Office of Civil Rights Pass Historic Race & Social Justice Ordinance

SEATTLE – Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales (District 2 – Southeast Seattle & Chinatown-International District), Mayor Bruce Harrell, and Seattle Office for Civil Rights Director Derrick Wheeler-Smith celebrated the unanimous passage of an ordinance officially codifying the City’s Race and Social Justice Initiative (RSJI) into law. This will permanently solidify the City of Seattle’s commitment to engaging in its work...


Councilmember Morales Declares Support for North & South CID Station Placement alongside Neighborhood Leaders

SEATTLE – Seattle City Councilmember Tammy J. Morales (District 2 – Southeast Seattle, Chinatown-International District, & Yesler Terrace) released the following statement this morning calling on the Sound Transit Board of Directors to preserve and protect the Chinatown-International District by moving forward with studying the North & South CID Station options as the preferred alternative in the West...


Councilmember Morales Reacts to Vision Zero Top-To-Bottom Review, Announces Plans for More Comprehensive Action

Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales (District 2 – Southeast Seattle, Yesler Terrace & Chinatown-International District) released the following statement after the Seattle Department of Transportation’s (SDOT) Vision Zero Top-To-Bottom Review was released at 12PM today:  “I am glad to see Director Greg Spotts and the department are committed to making a cultural shift to prioritize...


Councilmember Morales & State Leaders Celebrate Passage of Social Housing Initiative in Seattle

Seattle City Councilmember Tammy Morales (District 2 – Southeast Seattle & Chinatown-International District) celebrated the passage of Initiative 135 today alongside the House our Neighbors Coalition, State Senator Rebecca Saldaña, and Representative Frank Chopp. I-135 currently leads by over 22,000 votes, a 14% lead, according to numbers just released by King County Elections.   Seattle...


Councilmember Morales’ Statement on the Halted Expansion of the SODO Homelessness Shelter

SEATTLE – Councilmember Tammy Morales (District 2, South Seattle and the Chinatown / International District) issued the following statement after King County Executive Dow Constantine announced today that the County will not be moving forward with the expansion of the SODO Enhanced Shelter. The current site will continue to operate the 270-bed shelter, and the remainder of the site will...


Councilmember Morales, Director Mohamed, OneAmerica and NW Immigrant Rights Project Denounce Manipulation of Asylum Seekers by Governors DeSantis and Abbott 

SEATTLE, WA – Councilmember Tammy J. Morales (District 2, Chinatown / International District and South Seattle) joins Seattle’s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs and community organizations in denouncing the recent political stunts manipulating asylum seekers by Texas, Florida, and Arizona’s Governors.   On September 15th, Florida Gov. DeSantis flew migrants to Martha’s Vineyard without alerting...

Skip to content