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Wednesday, October 29, 2014 12:13 PM
The Fremont Brewing Co. (1050 N. 34th St.) won the top Small Business of the Year award in this year’s King County Executive’s Small Business Awards, which took place Oct. 15.
  • The Fremont Brewing Co. (1050 N. 34th St.) won the top Small Business of the Year award in this year’s King County Executive’s Small Business Awards, which took place Oct. 15. 
  • The Seattle Public Library has once again partnered with CityClub to serve as official fact-checkers for the online 2014 Living Voters Guide(wash.livingvotersguide.org). 
  • Four Northwest Seattle community councils are sponsoring an election forum on Tuesday, Oct. 21, for residents of Greenwood, Broadview, Green Lake and Phinney Ridge. 
  • A single westbound lane will close of Northeast 50th Street beginning Monday, Oct. 20, to provide access for crews to install a new signal at Northeast 50th Street and 12th Avenue Northeast in the University District. 
  • The Madrona and Leschi community councils are hosting a forum on Wednesday, Oct. 22, with the Mount Baker Community Club, on the candidates and propositions featured in the upcoming general election. 
  • Voters with disabilities have a new resource to support voting in the upcoming election, thanks to an outreach event at the Central Library (1000 Fourth Ave.). 
  • The Seattle City Council will host its second public hearing on the proposed 2015 budget on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Seattle City Hall (600 Fourth Ave., second floor). The public can address council members regarding their priorities as it relates to the 2015 city budget. 
  • Drainage installation at Stone Way North and North 34th Street has been delayed for another week to Oct. 20 as construction crews continue to remove groundwater. 
  • Fueling the debate
    Gov. Jay Inslee is calling on the federal government and rail companies to improve the safety of trains transporting a volatile crude oil through Washington state after a preliminary state report showed the need for more funding and transparency. 
  • AMONG THE ANIMALS | Helping animals internationally
    In comparison to much of the world, Seattle’s safety net for companion animals is world-class. Rescue and adoption groups work tirelessly to find homes for thousands of pets every year and animal-rights groups fight for the less-protected farm animals and captive wildlife. 
  • A Seattle Times story on Monday, Oct. 13, revealed Bill the Butcher CEO, chief financial officer and only board member J’Amy Owens used company funds to buy a $2 million home in Queen Anne. 
  • Paving crews from the Seattle Department of Transportation plan to pave Northwest 87th Street between Greenwood and Phinney avenues North on Thursday, Oct. 16, and Friday, Oct. 17, weather permitting. Work hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • The Maple Leaf Community Council’s annual Candidates & Issues Forum will take place Wednesday, Oct. 15, at Olympic View Elementary School (504 N.E. 95th St.), from 7 to 9 p.m. 
  • Two Pacific Publishing Co. writers won awards in Washington Newspaper Publishers Association’s 2014 Better Newspaper Contest. 
  • The drainage installation at Stone Way North and North 34th Street has been delayed for one week, to Monday, Oct. 13, because construction crews encountered an underground obstruction while removing groundwater. 
  • The Seattle Police Department’s (SPD) Major Crimes Task Force has arrested four people in connection to hundreds of break-ins, car prowls, thefts and identity fraud that have occurred in the University District, Green Lake and possibly other parts of North Seattle in the last three months. 
  • The Seattle City Council will host its first public hearing on the proposed 2015 budget on Tuesday, Oct. 7, at Garfield Community Center. The public will have the opportunity to address council members regarding their priorities as it relates to the 2015 city budget.     
  • The Seattle Department of Transportation will stripe the last portion of the Holman Road Northwest paving project next week. This work will take place between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 6, and Tuesday, Oct. 7. 
  • Starting the first week of October, the North Transfer Station project will begin installing drainage systems at Stone Way North and North 34th Street. This will involve 24-hour closure of Stone Way North over multiple days.  
  • Each branch of The Seattle Public Library will close for one day in late September or early October for in-service days so staff members can review the library’s strategic plan, service priorities and goals for serving patrons. 
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