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  1. KitKat, Capitol Hill's Instagram cat, is missingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Edward , KitKat's owner and a resident of Capitol Hill, first reported her missing via the Instagram account he created to follow her escapades around Seattle. "She loves to be outside with a ferocity and a passion," Edward tells CHS.

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  2. Save Madison Valley: Tensions over planned PCC developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Last week, around one hundred and twenty people gathered at the Bush School Community Center deep in Madison Valley to attend a presentation and question and answer session with architect Charles Strazzara on his conceptual ideas for what the future mixed use development project on the property that currently houses the much-loved City People's garden store on E Madison will look like. And since many members of the audience weren't keen on seeing such a large project go up in the Valley, it was a lively - and at times heated - meeting.

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  3. Bus Stop | Off Capitol Hill: What service could look like across CD, First Hill in 2025Read the original story w/Photo

    May 14, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    In April, Bus Stop looked at what King County Metro's long range plan - envisioning our bus network in 2025 and in 2040 - might mean for Capitol Hill routes and the riders on them . Today I want to look at how the future network sketched out by Metro's planners imagines how things will change in Capitol Hill's connecting communities, First Hill and the Central District.

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  4. Transgender activist Danni Askini drops out of 43rd District raceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 13, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Danni Askini has suspended her campaign for the open state House seat in the 43rd District . In a statement released Friday, the Seattle transgender activist said she will step away from the race to focus on fighting I-1515 - a ballot measure that seeks to restrict bathroom access for transgender people in the state.

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  5. New Seasons Market considers 23rd and Union in search of second Seattle locationRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Portland-based grocer vying for the marquee space at the future Capitol Hill Station development has expanded its search for a location near Capitol Hill. Developers behind a project at northwest corner of 23rd and Union tell CHS that New Seasons Market has expressed an interest in taking over the future building's 18,000-square-foot ground-level retail space.

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  6. Capitol Hill, CD property owners cited for fair housing violationsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A property owner on Capitol Hill and another in the Central District were among 23 owners recently cited for violating Seattle's fair housing law. Seattle's Office for Civil Rights has filed "directors charges" against owners at 23 properties after testing revealed alleged discriminatory practices against prospective renters based on familial status, disability, and use of a federal Section 8 voucher.

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  7. Capitol Hill's Streissguth Gardens celebrates 20 years as public green spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Friday, Dan Streissguth will celebrate the best decision he has ever made. You can be there to celebrate with him.

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  8. Help design a lid over I-5 connecting Capitol Hill to downtownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 3, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Imagine a big, blank lid extending over I-5, connecting Capitol Hill to downtown. How would you fill it in? Trees and green space? Affordable housing? More streets with busses connecting the neighborhoods? A public meeting on Saturday to gather ideas could produce the design groundwork for the real thing.

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  9. PSKS youth shelter offers to buy its 19th and Pine home from Mount Zion churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Capitol Hill's homeless youth and young adult shelter could be just a few days away from sealing an agreement to buy its building and significantly expand operations. Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets executive director Susan Fox told CHS a sale agreement for the 19th and Pine building is now in the hands of the nonprofit's landlord, the Mount Zion Baptist Church .

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  10. How Capitol Hill and CD students say Seattle Public Schools can be fixedRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Last month Mayor Ed Murray called on Seattle Public Schools students to suggest ways the city could help close disparities inside their classrooms. O'Landa Baker's idea? "Getting an ORCA card would be good," said the Garfield High School student.

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  11. Capitol Hill food+drink | Financial trouble hits Tavern Law family of businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The Seattle Times this week has reported on the "financial trouble" and demise of Belltown's Spur Gastropub , apparently a weak link in the food+drink chain of pubs, restaurants, and taverns assembled since the late 2000s by the chef duo of Brian McCracken and Dana Tough . The McCracken-Tough Capitol Hill interests Tavern Law and The Old Sage , both men tell the Times, will not be closing.

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  12. What should Capitol Hill's first pavement park look like?Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 18, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A successful program to transform areas of underutilized pavement into public spaces is spreading from its First Hill test parks across Seattle . The odd little stub of Summit between E Olive Way and E Denny Way is in line to be Capitol Hill's first pavement park.

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  13. E Pike tree pits are getting filled over with 'porous pavement'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Poor sidewalk tree pits. The tiny patches of dirt that give rise to Pike/Pine's tree-lined blocks are often ignored receptacles of urban waste until cursed at for tripping up hurried pedestrians.

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  14. The Dimas Model: Sunset latest in Capitol Hill counter empireRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Monica Dimas is putting what she hopes are the final touches for Sunset Fried Chicken Sandwiches this week, her latest symbiotic relationship with the drink-focused culinary creations of Rachel Marshall , creator of Rachel's Ginger Beer and part of the ownership behind Montana and Nacho Borracho . "It's helped us grow together," Dimas tells CHS.

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  15. Capitol Hill food+drink | The Bauhaus bankruptcyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Ballard is abuzz. Bauhaus is returning. And while it isn't yet clear whether the Capitol Hill original - in its final years relocated up the Hill on E Pine - will be part of the resurrection, the financial situation around owner Joel Radin is coming into light as the apparent revival plays out.

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  16. How Capitol Hill caucusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Washington's Democratic presidential caucuses are Saturday. Both the Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton campaigns have been ramping up their local organizing efforts around Capitol Hill, and the two candidates made stops in Seattle during the week .

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  17. Sound Transit 3: Big, long, Ballard by 2038Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    It's finally here: the Sound Transit 3 draft proposal for how to extend and complete the agency's regional light rail network, a $50 billion package which will be put before voters in the fall of this year. Seattle's transit wonks will be tearing every piece of the proposal apart in the coming days, weeks, and months, but for now, here are the basics.

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  18. CHS Caucus Poll: Hill yes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    On the left - no, the *far* left - that's District 3 rep Kshama Sawant at Tuesday night's rally for Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton . She's not with her.

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  19. Capitol Hill massacre victims unforgotten at 22nd and RepublicanRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Friday will mark 10 years since six people were killed by a single gunman in an early morning shooting rampage at a Capitol Hill house party. The victims were 14-year-old Melissa Moore , 15-year-old Suzanne Thorne , 21-year-old Christopher Williamson , 22-year-old Justin Schwarz , 26-year-old Jeremy Martin , and 32-year-old Jason Travers .

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  20. In midst of continuing Seattle apartment boom, Hill rents still climbingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2016 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Last March, Mayor Ed Murray set a goal of building 50,000 new apartment units in Seattle including roughly 30,000 market rate units to help alleviate the city's intense housing crunch. However, market rate developers may already be on track to do much of that heavy lifting and in half the time.

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