and Tim St. Clair
There is $500 million worth of city street and bridge repairs that have been ignored too long and Seattle City Council President Jan Drago says it is time to get to work on that.
"The next four years, the focus needs not to be on big capital development, but on maintenance, both major and routine," she says. "The era of big capital budgets is over for a while as far as I am concerned. We need to focus on the smaller things that are more realistic for us to deal with.
Xtreme wins World
The ASA Xtreme Girls Fastpitch won the U10-A Division of the NSA Fastpitch Western World Series in St.
Heather Sabin, Representing City of Federal Way, won one of the three Top Talent Awards and was chosen Third Runner up at Miss SEAFAIR Coronation Tuesday, July 26 at McEachern Auditorium at MOHAI. As a top talent winner Sabin was one of the three contestants to perform her talent at the coronation that evening.
Southwest Airlines and its other low-fare competitors are the reason the "average family" can enjoy affordable air travel.
They also help provide many good jobs in the travel, airline, and aircraft manufacturing industry. Their business model is modern and sustainable.
In order for Southwest Airlines and other efficient carriers to provide their service they must consider all ways to maintain their business efficiency.
Burien received a major boost last week when Congress approved federal funding for the city's long-term vision for downtown redevelopment.
The state's two U.S.
Yesterday the Pea Eye did not come and I was forced to raid neighbor Margaret's Seattle Times box.
I cannot eat breakfast unless I have my morning news and cartoon fix while munching my ration of Cheerios and sliced banana and a sprinkle of raspberries from the garden.
I was deep into Hagar the Horrible when the phone rang. I knew it was Margaret because she is aware of my addiction.
"Jerry? Do you have my paper again?"
"Yes, Margaret," I said. "My Pea Eye did not come. I looked in the bushes, too.
Burien Councilwoman Sally Nelson announced last week that she is a candidate for re-election to the city council.
"I have been honored to serve the citizens of Burien as mayor, deputy mayor and council member," Nelson declared. "I have helped provide a strong foundation for our city.
"Who remembers empty storefronts, and a grim Main Street?
Special to the Times/News
After several years, a tug-of-war between the city of Des Moines and the Port of Seattle over the use of 90 acres of land south of Sea-Tac International Airport has been settled.
Both the city and the port recently adopted unanimously the first development agreement for the Des Moines Creek Business Park at this location.
"This is very significant," Des Moines Mayor Bob Sheckler declared.
The land, which City Manager Tony Piasecki said has sat vacant for almost 20 years, will be transformed from a property that was almost d
As a two-term Seattle City Council member Richard Conlin said his leadership in the past eight years to bring community concerns and plans through council approval is part of what drives his confidence in his re-election campaign.
Having the ability to go into any community and point out my hand in many of their accomplishments with community goals makes me a difficult candidate to beat, he said.
As chair of the Councils Transportation Committee, Conlin said his goals for the next four years are to continue to largely concentrate on addressing tran
Heavy hitters coming
On Saturday, July 30th, the country's best softball hitters are coming to Seattle as the 2005 WSL HR Tour invades Safeco Field. The WSL's Long Haul Bombers Softball Home Run Team will host a home run derby exhibition at 12:30 p.m., prior to the Mariners game vs. the Cleveland Indians. The Long Haul Bombers will hit softball after softball out of Safeco Field.
Seattle will mark the 14th stop on the 15-city 2005 WSL Stadium Power Tour.