King County News, August 2008

Friday, August 1, 2008

It's the Seattle way; use a bag, pay for it, Seattle P-I, Aug. 30
Extreme Seattle, Crosscut, Aug. 27
Coming Down, The Stranger, Aug. 27
Junction development could harm business, West Seattle Herald, Aug. 26
Control of megahouses considered by Council, West Seattle Herald, Aug. 26
Megahouse ordinance to be debated, Ballard Herald, Aug. 25
Mercer Island's new park-and-ride garage already full, Seattle Times, Aug. 25
Redmond, residents discuss proposed changes to temporary land uses, PNW Local News, Aug. 25
Donalisa demolished; Bryant land to redevelop New possibilities for north Renton, Renton Reporter, Aug. 23
Making Seattle's streets a bit safer, Seattle P-I, Aug. 22
Sammamish Plateau Water District files to intervene in Issaquah DOE appeal, Sammamish Reporter, Aug. 21
In the beginning, there is a design review board, Queen Anne News, Aug. 21
More to building in the city than thought, Queen Anne News, Aug. 21
Renton fills in Boeing spaces with shops, apartments, Puget Sound Business Journal, Aug. 21
Eastside Rail Now envisions elegant moving sidewalks for downtown Bellevue, Bellevue Reporter, Aug. 16
The best-laid plans: How neighborhoods have fared, Crosscut, Aug. 14
A neighborhood focus on light rail, Seattle P-I, Aug. 13
Editorial: Transportation: Realistic tolling, Seattle P-I, Aug. 13
Seattle Council: Toll 520 and I-90 in 2010,, Aug. 13
Trash gets pricier in Seattle, Seattle P-I, Aug. 12
Opinion: There's no magic formula to get affordable housing, Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, Aug. 10


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