King County News, May 2008

Thursday, May 1, 2008

New vision for South downtown, Seattle P-I, May 30
Groups take sides over Kirkland's Parkplace redevelopment, Puget Sound Business Journal, May 30
King County works with agencies to carry out clean up of Ravenna Creek, King County Press Release, May 30
Crossed pipes spill 8 million gallons of sewage in Seattle, KING5, May 30
Issaquah to use water barely within EPA standards, Issaquah Reporter, May 30
Blog: Seattle: Built on Bombers, Seattle P-I, May 30
Blog: Sound transit fighter plane sculpture in trouble?, Seattle P-I, May 29
$201 million later, the Mercer Mess will still be a mess, Crosscut, May 29
Seattle needs more work to reach its urban potential, Urban Development, May 29
Seattle council members want groves of trees protected, Seattle Times, May 29
Sound Transit completes 14 miles of track in Seattle, Seattle Times, May 28
SLUT comes to Capitol Hill, The City Collegian, May 27
Treehouse breaks the mold, county's rules, Seattle Times, May 27
Shadows cause Alki folk to worry, West Seattle Herald, May 27
Brodeur: SeaTac's change for the better, Seattle Times, May 23
Federal Way closer to building new performing arts center, The News Tribune, May 22
Duwamish habitat restoration planned, West Seattle Herald, May 20
Federal Way eyes two sites for performing arts center, The News Tribune, May 19
Spotting water pollution, Ballard News Tribune, May 15
City steps up Duwamish restoration, West Seattle Herald, May 15
Duwamish Superfund site might get private help, Seattle Times, May 14
County Deal Will Put More Residents in Clogged Seattle Exurbs, The Stranger, May 14
Nickels seeks seismic retrofits for up to 1,000 Seattle buildings, Seattle Times, May 14
Diverse New Holly still struggling to break down the cultural divide, Seattle P-I, May 12
Priced Out: Fleeing Seattle's costly core, they live on the edge, Seattle Times, May 12
Opinion: The neighborhoods cry, "Leave us alone!", Seattle Times, May 11
Opinion: Beauty comes from humans and herons, Seattle P-I, May 7
Editorial: Exploding neighborhoods: Magnolia to Mercer Island, Seattle Times, May 5
Redmond Releases 2008 Community Indicators Report, Eastside Business, May 4
Public comment sought on growth in Northgate area, Seattle P-I, May 2
Boeing, Weyerhauser donate to Cascade Land Conservancy, Seattle P-I, May 1
Apply to Amend Redmond’s Comprehensive Plan, Eastside Business, May 1
Homeless housing debate on, Queen Anne News, May 1


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