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A new passenger is steering Street Smarts columnist Lizz Giordano away from The Daily Herald.
It’s one of the few shelters in the county that takes dads and older sons, allowing familes to stay together.
Held hostage by an onslaught of cars that clog U.S. 2, Sky Valley residents rally for a solution.
If passed, this type of low-income housing would be prohibited in single-family areas.
The trolleys ran to Seattle from 1910 to 1939, along a similar route to what light rail will follow.
The $30 car-tab measure blows a $451 million hole in the transportation budget.
Initiative sponsor Tim Eyman tried to intervene in court proceedings but was stopped by the judge.
Heaviest traffic in the region is expected Wednesday between 4 and 6 p.m.
The outcome will determine whether the agency has to deal with a significant reduction of revenue.
Under a tentative proposal, commuters would have the option to transfer to light rail trains.
Without the revenue car tabs brought in projects and road maintenance are likely to be postponed.
The reversal would halt plans for affordable apartments for homeless students in the Port Gardner area.
Next year, the city will have a $13 million budget deficit to bridge.
The plan reverses a 2-gram threshold for felony drug prosecutions and adds to the rainy-day fund.
If an exhaust system has been modified to make it louder than the factory setting, that’s a violation.
Volunteer monitors have become the “eyes and ears” of 31 lakes, tracking changes in the waterways.
Community Transit CEO: “There is an inefficiency in operating to two systems.”
The remodeled space includes more meeting rooms, a laptop bar and additional parking spaces.
It will be a literal sea change for the nation’s biggest system — and a technically ambitious one.
If one is called, the union will give the hospital 10 days notice.