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  • No more room at the inn

    The lengthy list of requirements on adult family homes could restrict the number of new facilities needed to meet the growing demand by an aging population in Seattle and King County, according to the owner of multiple senior-care facilities.

     
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Clinic helping to curb animal overpopulation
    On Feb. 24, Seattle Mayor Ed Murray proclaimed World Spay Day to be honored in our city with an homage to the Seattle Animal Shelter (SAS) Spay & Neuter Clinic: “WHEREAS, in 1982, 18,401 live animals were taken in to the shelter and 8,320 of those animals were euthanized. 
  • FOOD MATTERS | Dine around Seattle and more

    It’s never too late: Dine Around Seattle (dinearoundseattle.org) is back.

     
  • Proposed bill would split school district
    Does Seattle Public Schools (SPS) adequately serve its 35,000 students? Recently, two state lawmakers said no.
  • A SLU of activity
    DJ Woolsey enjoys driving from Wallingford to drop his girlfriend off at work in South Lake Union (SLU). It means he can shoot hoops on the blacktop basketball court surrounded by a chain-link fence and glassy retail space.
    
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  • The Seattle Department of Transportation has had three open houses since introducing the Move Seattle proposal across the city. Over the next three weeks, SDOT will host an additional round of opportunities for the public to learn about the proposal and provide feedback. 
  • Noah Baumbach’s “While We’re Young” begins as an entertaining drama/comedy, exploring the intersection between Gen X and Gen Y, but it eventually drifts into an annoying, rather obvious critique of Gen Y (otherwise known as “Millennials). 
  • Mayor Ed Murray and Seattle Department of Transportation director Scott Kubly say more people are going motorless in Seattle. But tell that to the thousands of drivers who’ve been stuck in traffic for miles for upward of nine hours in recent weeks
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