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  • Playing in the street
    Queen Anne Greenways pulled out the stops for its first Playstreet event of the summer along First Avenue West on Thursday, July 18, giving families room to play during the neighborhood farmers market.
  • County cites power outage at West Point treatment plant for unauthorized wastewater discharge
    A Seattle City Light power outage is being blamed for an unauthorized discharge of three million gallons of untreated wastewater at the West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant early Friday morning.
  • Mayor, councilmembers in food fight over sweetened beverage tax
    Last year, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan allocated short-term rental and sweetened beverage tax revenue to social programs in her biennial budget that fell outside the original intent for which the taxes were adopted in order to free up general funds.
  • KING 5 strengthening Queen Anne tower to support NextGen TV upgrade

    KING 5 plans to begin construction work to upgrade its Queen Anne tower to meet Next Generation Television standards on Monday, July 22. The tower, which was erected in 1953, needs to be strengthened first, in order to support new antennas. There is also a mitigation plan in place for addressing work around lead-based paint on the tower.

  • Magnolia Summerfest rocking Village during Seafair

    A Seafair tradition for more than 50 years, Magnolia Summerfest will heat up the village from Aug. 2-4. The Magnolia Chamber of Commerce organizes the  free neighborhood summer festival, with strong volunteer support over the course of the Seafair weekend.

    
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  • As Seattle has welcomed more than 100,000 people in the last decade, and as we witness much of our beloved neighborhood falling to wrecking balls, many people quietly labor to preserve Queen Anne’s historic buildings and special places.
  • The Bayview Boat Crew is making a second outing for the Lucerne Seafair Milk Carton Derby, where crews create boats using milk cartons, and then race them across Green Lake. Bayview was the first retirement community to compete in the derby.

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