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Urban Politics #167: Now For Some Fantasy

October 14th, 2003

Since I began writing Urban Politics in 1996, I have on rare occasions shared an occasional short story with my readers. The two most recent involved my experience of being robbed and then catching the thief while in Italy (UP #43, 8/14/98) and of crashing the Fremont Fair Parade while riding my bike (UP #110, 6/17/01). These little tales have for the most part amused my readers and provided me an opportunity to exercise the left side of my brain, or is it the right side?


Urban Politics #61: Magnuson Park Update

April 25th, 1999

There are two public design workshops currently scheduled. The first will be Tuesday on April 27th, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. at Sand Point (7400 Sand Point Way NE). There will not be any formal presentations so you can drop by anytime during those hours. The design team will have three options for a Magnuson Park Design for discussion. They all include approximately 43 acres for athletic fields, an off leash area and significant wetland restoration.