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  1. Leschi Stars come outRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Madison Park Times

    Photos by Brandon Macz: Henrietta Price has volunteered as a crossing guard for Leschi Elementary for more than 20 years. Leschi Community Council president Janice Brown presented Price with a Leschi Star award on Wednesday, June 6. Madrona Grocery Outlet owner Steve Mullen received a star for his support of the Leschi community, including helping the homeless, giving people in need employment and providing the annual Christmas tree at the Central Area Senior Center.


  2. Developer launches contest to support nonprofits, promote The DanforthRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2018 | Madison Park Times

    As The Danforth nears a July opening at Broadway and East Madison, developer Columbia Pacific Advisors is using a new marketing concept to generate buzz about the 16-story residential building and support three area nonprofits. Construction started in September 2016 on the 265-unit luxury apartment tower, which includes a 40,000-square-foot Whole Foods Market, and The Danforth is expected to begin welcoming in new residents in late July.


  3. Mayor announces short-term housing proposalRead the original story

    Feb 15, 2018 | Madison Park Times

    Students at the Seattle Vocational Institute briefly put down their hammers and saws in January, so Mayor Jenny Durkan could announce her plans to create more tiny houses and short-term measures to addressing affordability and homelessness using $11 million in proceeds from the sale of city-owned South Lake Union property expected to close this summer. "We simply do not have the capacity now to move people out of the streets and the heartbreaking conditions they're living in right now," Durkan said.


  4. City settles with one of Ed Murray's sex-abuse accusersRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 2, 2018 | Madison Park Times

    The City of Seattle has announced a $150,000 settlement with one of the men who alleged former Seattle mayor Ed Murray raped and molested them in the 1980s. Delvonn Heckard had filed a lawsuit in early April, which he withdrew in June, after Murray announced he would not seek reelection.


  5. Guest Column | City turns deaf ear on Sr 520 impactRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | Madison Park Times

    In this panoramic rendering, the current bridge is not removed to show the elevation differences between the current and future bridge decks for state Route 520. The existing 520 plans serve the city extremely well.


  6. Neighborhood groups seek to stop Seattle housing upzone planRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | Madison Park Times

    This map from the City of Seattle's Mandatory Housing Affordability map shows possible upzones in Madison Park and Montlake. Courtesy of the City of Seattle The city of Seattle's Mandatory Housing Affordability policy has been controversial from the start, but the tenor of the debate was ratcheted up Monday as 24 groups from around the city rallied at City Hall, vowing to stop the plan.


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