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Tag: Citizens Advisory Committee

Urban Politics #188: Providing A Downtown Center For Homeless People

November 15th, 2004

In the 2005 – 2006 budget, the Mayor included $3.2 million in funding for a new City-owned hygiene and homeless services facility co-located with Fire Station 10, the Fire Alarm Center and Emergency Operations Center at 4th or 5th, Yesler and Washington (“proposed site”). $1.9 million in funding is provided in 2005.


Urban Politics #133: Housing Levy Vote

June 20th, 2002

The $59.2 million Housing Levy adopted by the voters in 1995 has provided a major source of funding for affordable housing in the City, particularly for low-income households. The 1995 Housing Levy ends this year. The Council had committed to putting a new Housing Levy measure on the ballot in 2002.


Urban Politics #56: The Parks Dept & Citizen Involvement

January 24th, 1999

There will be 3 Public Workshops to help the Seattle Department of Parks and Recreation revise its Public Involvement Policy. These meetings were set up under the auspices of City Council Parks Citizen Participation Resolution 29845, which I sponsored in response to citizen complaints that I had received regarding the Parks Departments development plans for some neighborhood parks.