Posts for 'Energy'

Pass It On Campaign

October 9th, 2013

About 13,000 people are currently in the program, but we know there are at least 20,000 people out there who would qualify.


Urban ArtWorks + Sci-Fi Writing Contest

February 4th, 2013

Sci-Fi Short Story Contest: winners announced March 1st; Urban ArtWorks: 70% of at-risk youth who complete an Urban ArtWorks project do not re-offend.


Urban Politics #281: City Light Rate Increase

November 11th, 2009

No one likes higher utility rates but one is certain to come next year. Given that Seattle City Light is in a budget crisis, it will run out of cash early next year and will need to issue a significant amount of debt ($200 million) to fund its capital program. The Council must decide this week what their rates will be for 2010.


Urban Politics #74: Restaring Hanford Nuclear Reactor

October 17th, 1999

This Monday (10/18/99) I will be introducing a Resolution at the Full City Council Meeting urging the United States Secretary of Energy to halt efforts to restart the Fast Flux Test Facility (FFTF) nuclear reactor and the proposed Plutonium processing at the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. I have 5 other co-sponsors on the resolution so I expect it to pass.