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Monday, August 18, 2014 3:07 PM
Seattle drivers will soon have repainted lines on major arterial streets throughout the city. Seattle Department of Transportation crews are out painting fresh stripes on major arterial streets.
  • Seattle drivers will soon have repainted lines on major arterial streets throughout the city. Seattle Department of Transportation crews are out painting fresh stripes on major arterial streets. 
  • The History House of Greater Seattle (790 N. 34th St.) is collecting sellable and recyclable items for St. Vincent de Paul of Seattle–King County’s “Operation Veteran Renewal” program. 
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Peace for geese
    Our relationship with Canada geese in the Puget Sound region has a convoluted history. The resident population of geese was originally transplanted here as goslings by the government in the late 1960s as hunting stock. 
  • When I told my next -door neighbor we are selling our house, she mentioned that she knows a few people who might be interested in doing what she termed a “private sale,” before it’s officially on the market. 
  • Head on down to the Seattle Animal Shelter (2061 15th Ave. W.) on Saturday, Aug. 16, for Cool City Pets, an adoption event highlighting small animals looking for their forever homes. 
  • Boaters planning to pass through the Fremont Bridge should note the weekday restrictions in place starting Wednesday, July 30, and continuing until further notice while the Seattle Department of Transportation paints the historic structure. 
  • Twenty-six “up-and-coming” community leaders, including two local participants, celebrated their graduation from the People’s Academy for Community Engagement (PACE), a program of Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON) in May. 
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Taking action for animals
    Last month, I traveled to Washington, D.C., to attend the Taking Action for Animals conference. Hosted by the Humane Society of the United States, it brings together people from around the country who are working to help animals in every regard. 
  • GARDEN HOTLINE | The orchard floor
    Thinking of adding a few fruit trees to your property? Or perhaps you inherited a small orchard when you bought your house? Growing fruit can be fun as well as delicious, but there are some challenges, as well. 
  • It seems every week, something important from this once-fair, little seaport city is taken away from us in the name of density, development or “disruption.” 
  • Use paint, landscaping, inside and outside help to improve your home's value. Ray Akers explains how in his latest Ask Ray About Real Estate. 
  • The Seattle Design Commission has announced the four winners of its Design Excellence Awards. 
  • Seattle Department of Transportation paving crews will close Northwest Market Street from Greenwood to Third avenues Northwest on two weekends, July 19 and 20 and July 26 and 27, to replace broken concrete panels, if weather permits. 
  • Summer weather can mean outdoor fun and family trips, but for pets, it could also bring about safety hazards unbeknownst to pet parents. 
  • College Way North, in front of the North Seattle Community College, is getting some attention this month. 
  • If you’re interested in becoming a foster parent for cats and kittens from the Seattle Animal Shelter, there's a free orientation session on July 6 from 1 to 2:30 p.m. 
  • King County Metro Transit bus routes will operate with a Sunday schedule Friday, July 4, for Independence Day, and many routes will be redirected around community celebrations in the county. 
  • Seattle Parks and Recreation will turn on field lighting on synthetic ballfields throughout the city on the evenings of Thursday, July 3, and Friday, July 4, to protect the synthetic surfaces. This is to discourage the use of fireworks. 
  • Seattle garbage, food- and yard-waste and recycling collections will be on normal schedule for Independence Day on July 4. 
  • Seattle City Councilmember Tom Rasmussen, chair of the Seattle Transportation Benefit District board, has announced that a public hearing will take place tonight to take resident feedback on transit service in Seattle. 
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