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  • Modernizing Fishermen's Terminal for a growing fleet
    The Port of Seattle’s oldest facility, Fishermen’s Terminal is on deck for a number of upgrades and new resources for the region’s thriving maritime industry.
  • Final MHA program hearing next week
    Time is running out to weigh in on legislation that would implement the Mandatory Housing Affordability program citywide. A final public hearing is set for Thursday, Feb. 21, and a final vote on the legislation and final amendments by the Select Committee on Citywide Mandatory Housing Affordability is set for Feb. 25.
  • SPU planning 50 years of seismic upgrades
    Seattle Public Utilities is planning for the next 50 years of infrastructure upgrades to keep its drinking water system operating in the event of a major earthquake.
  • Making history books
    After the immediate success of the group's first two books, the Magnolia Historical Society is working diligently to put out a third book about the neighborhood's rich history.
  • Seattle Center fatal stabbing suspect's case-setting hearing postponed

    A man accused of fatally stabbing the mother of his child inside the Seattle Center Armory last November appeared in King County Superior Court on Thursday, where a case-setting hearing was postponed until March 7.

     
    
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