A crowd of curious Burien residents turned out for a Sept.
The new Burien City Hall/King County Regional Library Building may cost $2.4 million less than anticipated earlier.
Burien Public Works Director Steve Clark told council members on Sept.
New information about Burien Town Square will be presented to the public by developer Urban Partners LLC at a community meeting on Thursday, Sept. 15, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
The first hour of the meeting at Burien City Hall and the Town Square site will be held in the parking lot next to Gottschalks, where the public plaza will be built.
People will be able to view different plans and studies at several booths set up in the lot. The displays will be set up and ready for viewing at 6 p.m.
There's been a lot of confusion and dismay in the last few weeks about the Seattle Monorail Project. It's been discussed in office hallways, in email and in coffeehouses all over the city and we've all been wrestling with the same question: What do we do next?
I would like to introduce a new group that we hope will be the answer to that question. We call ourselves 2045 Seattle.
The Ballard Historical Society (BHS) has just released a new Walking Tour guide to historic Ballard with the help of writer Liza Ewell.
The Ballard resident works as a reference book editor and became curious about the history of the community after moving here from Wallingford six years ago.
Ewell found out about the BHS and offered to help them launch their web site www.ballardhistory.org.