The “Enrich & Sustain” group wants fewer single family homes, more services and amenities, and more mass transit.
Council members disagreed on whether the City should raise property taxes during an economic crisis.
The permit case goes to the City’s hearing examiner in early 2021 for a decision.
City Hall, facing a budget shortfall, is considering an increase to the property tax rate. Public hearings start tonight.
During policy discussions, small differences within the party emerged between moderates and progressives.
Candidates Kim Schrier (D) and Jesse Jensen (R) sharply criticized each other, but also both expressed a desire for bipartisanship.
City Hall funnels $2.9m to Eastside Fire and Rescue to skirt a Nov. deadline for spending all the money for COVID relief.
This guide aims to clarify the process and provide some tips to avoid common mistakes for Washington’s vote-by-mail system.
A total of 14 nonprofits received money in this latest funding round.
During a public hearing, an overwhelming majority of commenters asked the Council to end the moratorium.