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Tag: Hygiene Center

Urban Politics #191: Monday’s Votes On…

February 28th, 2005

At this Monday’s Full Council Meeting, two important votes were taken. The first was to sell about 12 acres of city land next to the Seattle Center to the Gates Foundation. The second was to locate the new downtown service center for homeless men, else known as the downtown hygiene center in the Morrison Hotel on Third Avenue, north of Yesler. I voted for both. The first measure passed unanimously and the second was an 8 to 1 (Drago) vote.


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 #26: School Bond Issue & Sport Fields

February 8th, 1998

Parks Board members have said that they want to make sure that the fundsallocated from the passage of the recent school bond issue for upgradingathletic fields gets done on a schedule on par with building improvements.There has been some concern that building improvements might be done first and the field upgrades delayed.


Urban Politics #19: Nick Licata To Challenge Jan Drago

April 30th, 1997

I will be challenging incumbent City Council Member Jan Drago this fall. My PDC forms should be filed this Wednesday. I will also attempt to continue publishing Urban Politics (UP) on either a weekly or bi-weekly basis during the campaign. A separate emailing will be sent intermittently to UP subscribers with information concerning the campaign under the title “Licata Campaign Notes” (LCN).