The densest neighborhood in the city overlaps with the most tree canopy coverage in the city.
Pulling out of the historic 195-nation Paris environmental accord does not put America First. It puts America in bed with big oil. It puts America at odds with science. It puts America in the corner with a dunce cap on its head.
From Sightline: "Research links high-quality early education with lifelong benefits: higher adult salary and education level, greater likelihood of owning a home, having a 401(k) and saving for retirement, as well as lower likelihood of teenage pregnancy, incarceration, tobacco use, and depression. Unfortunately in Seattle, the benefits of a top-notch elementary education are disproportionately available to children from white, English-speaking families with high incomes. ... More flexible zoning code could be one important tool in reversing segregation among Seattle’s public schools."
A car almost hit me in a pedestrian crosswalk today. I was wearing a light blue t-shirt and khaki pants.
The Planning Commission is concerned that increasing [payment] requirements in areas with a high risk of displacement may have negative consequences on Seattle’s historically marginalized communities by stagnating growth, exacerbating housing shortages, and further limiting access to jobs, [and] housing,