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  • Police Chief O'Toole resigns
    Seattle Police Chief Kathleen O’Toole says her decision to step down from her post at the end of the year was a personal, and not professional one, which she made prior to Mayor Jenny Durkan’s run for office.
  • Council passes short-term rental tax, pauses on regulation
    Operators of short-term rental units and housing advocates weren’t silent as the Seattle City Council referred regulatory legislation back to committee last week.
  • Phinney Ridge mom launches Nanny Parent Connection for better childcare

    In 2015, Laura Scoccolo launched a Facebook page for parents and nannies to interact.

    To her surprise, it exploded in popularity, and the page - Seattle Nanny Parent Connection - currently has more than 18,400 members throughout Seattle, King, Snohomish and Pierce counties.

  • City and school district partner on Memorial Stadium
    On Monday, the City of Seattle and the Seattle School District announced a new partnership regarding the future of the multi-use venue, in addition to planning for a potential new school at Seattle Center, a downtown elementary school, and district-related uses at Fort Lawton.
  • Pablo y Pablo takes new taco approach
    Heavy Restaurant Group’s newest pride and joy is located on the outskirts of Fremont’s main drag.
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  • With a news cycle updating at a speed heretofore unknown, it’s understandable if what we focus on each day changes.

    But one of the reasons we’re able to get so much information so quickly is under dire threat.

  • Council addresses unreinforced masonry retrofits for 1,100 buildings
    There’s still a lot of work left to be done to ensure that more than 1,000 unreinforced brick masonry buildings in Seattle can withstand a major earthquake, and city councilmembers on Monday identified making sure seismic upgrades don’t displace those most vulnerable among one of their chief concerns.

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