A council committee recommended the move Monday in favor of the 30-year bond.
The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce reported that the seawall is needed to support a new surface road after the Alaskan Way Viaduct is removed.
If the levy passes, the owner of a $360,000 home would pay $59 a year.
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