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  • Public provides wish list for Interbay armory redevelopment
    Washington Army National Guard Col. Adam Iwaszuk is confident the Interbay Public Development Advisory Committee will have a recommendation report on the governor’s desk by November.
  • Blessing of the Fleet hooks blue skies
    Blue skies made a rare appearance during this year’s Blessing of the Fleet ceremony at Fishermen’s Terminal. The ceremony offers prayers that the commercial fishers leaving for Pacific and Alaskan waters have safe travels and a happy reunion, that their harvests be fruitful, and that they be good stewards of the ocean’s resources.
  • Plymouth Housing talks being a good neighbor
    Plymouth Housing and SMR Architects spoke to interested residents Wednesday about what the nonprofit developer does for Seattle’s homeless population and how a new affordable housing development slated to open in Uptown in 2021 will fit in the community.
  • Kohl-Welles seeks second term on King County Council

    King County District 4 Councilmember Jeanne Kohl-Welles has unfinished business that’s motivating her re-election bid this year.
    “I’ve loved being on the council, and I’d like to serve for longer,” Kohl-Welles tells Queen Anne News. “I think this would likely be my last run for office, and I’d like to continue work on what’s been very important.”

  • Queen Anne parks advocate running for District 7

    Queen Anne resident Don Harper wants to come out of retirement to serve Seattle’s District 7 on the city council, citing a lack of leadership willing to listen.

     
    
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  • Blue skies made a rare appearance during this year’s Blessing of the Fleet ceremony at Fishermen’s Terminal. The ceremony offers prayers that the commercial fishers leaving for Pacific and Alaskan waters have safe travels and a happy reunion, that their harvests be fruitful, and that they be good stewards of the ocean’s resources.
  • The sudden closure of the Art Institute of Seattle on Friday has put many students’ futures in question, including those who were close to graduating at the end of this quarter. In response, Seattle Pacific University is offering a $3,000 transfer scholarship to eligible AI students who want to continue pursuing their degrees.

  • World War II veteran and Queen Anne resident Duane Hyde was the guest of honor last month at the French Consulate in San Francisco, where Consul General Emmanuel Lebrun-Damiens presented the 95-year-old veteran with the Legion of Honor Medal, the highest order of merit in France for outstanding achievements in military or civilian life.

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