King County News, October 2008

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

'Nickelsville' must move from U District church lot, KING 5, Oct. 31
Group adds to wildlife in the Snoqualmie Valley, SnoValley Star, Oct. 30
Vote for public good and urban future, Seattle P-I, Oct. 30
Seattle, it's lonely at the top of the real estate market, Crosscut, Oct. 29
Camden Park annexation progresses, Sammamish Review, Oct. 28
Building regulations for Town Center delayed, Sammamish Review, Oct. 28
The Seattle neighborhood summit you haven't heard about, Crosscut, Oct. 28
Building permits issued for new YWCA at Passage Point, Issaquah Press, Oct. 28
No Parking Anytime: Time no longer frozen on King Street Station ..., Seattle P-I, Oct. 28
Camden Park annexation progresses, Sammamish Review, Oct. 28
Historic Seaview tower could be demolished, West Seattle Herald, Oct. 27
Keep residents informed, West Seattle Herald, Oct. 27
Park for Lake Burien, Highline Times, Oct. 27
Stalled building projects blight neighborhoods, Yakima Herald, Oct. 27
North Delridge development: 2 sites to watch, West Seattle Blog, Oct. 26
City heads off Aldarra issue in EFR conflict, Sammamish Review, Oct. 22
Pike Place 'Shopping Center', Crosscut, Oct. 22
Sustainability in Seattle, YES! Magazine, Oct. 22
KC Council expects ‘heavy lifting’ after getting Sims ..., Woodinville Northwest News, Oct. 21
New townhome rules proposed, Ballard News Tribune, Oct. 20
Affordable housing proposal up for vote, West Seattle Herald, Oct. 15
Urban Growth area expands, Sammamish Review, Oct. 15
NIMBYs of the fighting Southeast!, Crosscut, Oct. 15
Expansion of Mount Si conservation area possible, SnoValley Star, Oct. 2
Hospital deal hits bump in the road, SnoValley Star, Oct. 2
How light rail drives Seattle neighborhood planning, Crosscut, Oct. 2
'Nickelsville' Has 72 Hours To Vacate Newest Location, KIRO TV, Oct. 2
State programs could expand local forest conservation areas, Issaquah Press, Oct. 1
$2.4 Million Grant To Benefit Rainier Beach And Cleveland, Seattle Medium, Oct. 1
Central Park could get turf field, Issaquah Press, Oct. 1
Tree regs to close loopholes, West Seattle Herald, Oct. 1


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