Posts for October, 2011

Ballard Safe Parking Pilot Project

October 22nd, 2011

I have done the One Night Count two years in a row. I stayed up all night and walked the streets of Seattle in an effort to gain some idea of how many people in our city are sleeping on the streets. In 2005, the Seattle Times counted 41 live-in vehicles parked in Central Ballard. […]


Occupy my blog!

October 20th, 2011

Like millions of people around the globe, I have had enough of the growing income inequality and social inequity that the Occupy movement has been calling out and standing up to. The extreme gap between the rich and poor, particularly in the U.S., threatens the foundations of our democracy. In a country where corporations are […]


Dexter Ave N is Seattle’s newest ‘complete street’

October 10th, 2011

Dexter Avenue North from the Fremont Bridge to downtown is a major commuting route for many in North Seattle, including myself. Recently completed road improvements make this Seattle’s newest ‘complete street,’ and these improvements will benefit everyone who uses Dexter for years to come, including those who travel by bus, car, bicycle or foot. Seattle […]


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