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Tag: Sand Point Naval Base

Good News on Building 30

January 28th, 2013

The winning bid for renovating Building 30 at Magnuson Park came in below City estimates, saving about $392,000.

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Urban Politics #73: Sand Point / Magnuson Park Design

October 13th, 1999

The Mayor’s Blue Ribbon Committee (BRC) was formed earlier this year to address the criticisms raised in a financial feasibility study (the “Randall and Ransom Report”) for the redevelopment of the Sand Point Naval Base. The key findings of this report recommended a “top level task force to review uses under new political leadership” and said that without “cohesive and visionary plans” it would be difficult to find the funding to implement any redevelopment plans. The BRC was charged with identifying that vision.

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Urban Politics #35: Library Bond Shaping Up

May 3rd, 1998

The City Council met with Head Librarian and Board Members to discuss the public’s reaction so far to the proposed bond. Overall reaction has been positive.

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Urban Politics #32: Emancipation Ball

April 5th, 1998

As part of an effort to provide more entertainment opportunities for Seattle s youth, a number of City Council Members have been looking at making adjustments to existing ordinances regulating teen dances and postering, or providing more venues for teen activities and communicating information regarding the youth music scene.

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