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Seattle City Council unanimously passes Seattle Transportation Plan

The Seattle City Council just unanimously passed the Seattle Transportation Plan—a 20-year vision for the future of Seattle’s streets, sidewalks, and public spaces. The legislation is sponsored by Councilmember Rob Saka (District 1), Chair of the Transportation Committee. It is the culmination of a two-year collaborative process between the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), the...

Councilmember Saka statement on proposed transportation levy renewal package
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Councilmember Saka statement on proposed transportation levy renewal package

Seattle City Councilmember Rob Saka (District 1), Chair of the Transportation Committee, released the following statement today after Mayor Bruce Harrell unveiled an initial proposed framework for the transportation levy renewal: “This Transportation Levy is a once-in-a-decade chance to build a safer, better connected and more reliable Seattle. Over my first 100 days in office,...

Seattle City Council observes week of remembrance for Japanese American incarceration
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Seattle City Council observes week of remembrance for Japanese American incarceration

The Seattle City Council and Mayor Bruce Harrell signed on to a proclamation today observing a week of remembrance for Japanese Americans incarcerated during World War II. Monday marked 82 years since President Franklin D. Roosevelt issued Executive Order 9066 leading to the forcible removal of 120,000 Japanese Americans from their homes and into incarceration....

Seattle City Council proclamation celebrates Black History Month, city’s historic Black leaders
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Seattle City Council proclamation celebrates Black History Month, city’s historic Black leaders

Seattle City Councilmembers Rob Saka (District 1) and Joy Hollingsworth (District 3) brought forward a proclamation Tuesday recognizing this February as Black History Month in Seattle and celebrating Black trailblazers throughout the city’s history. Mayor Bruce Harrell and every member of the Seattle City Council in attendance signed on to the proclamation. You can watch...