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  1. Capitol Hill Community Post | Washington's 43rd District Democrats 2017 Endorsement ResultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 21 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Please join us Friday June 23rd for the 5th Annual Trans Pride Seattle! This event will follow the success we have built over the last four years. The Trans Pride March assembles at 5pm on the sidewalks adjacent to the Continue reading Street Festival! Family Day! Queer Youth Pride! A little something for everyone on Capitol Hill for Pride Saturday, June 24, 2017.

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  2. $14M deal for Elliott Bay Book Company buildingRead the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    A prime piece of Pike/Pine's commercial past and present has a new owner. A company associated with the Keeler Investment Group , an investor in "Pacific Northwest-based, early stage, private equity and real estate opportunities," for $14 million, according to King County records.

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  3. Capitol Hill Community Post | 11 PM Paid Parking SurveyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Do you go to the Broadway or Pike/Pine areas of Capitol Hill? If so, we want to hear from you! As Seattle keeps growing, so does the demand for access and parking in the City's busiest areas. Parking data collected along Broadway and Pike/Pine business corridors show that in the Capitol Hill project area, streets with paid parking were almost 100% full between 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. To improve access for visitors during these late-night hours, we'll extend paid parking hours to end at 11 p.m., compared to 8 p.m. like they do today.

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  4. Capitol Hill Community Post | Rally and March on International Workers' DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Yesterday the Seattle City Council unanimously passed a resolution brought forward by the May 1st Action Coalition, the Coalition of City Unions, immigrant rights activists, and me, proclaiming City of Seattle workers have the right to take the day off on May 1, 2017 without retaliation! Rally & March on International Workers' Day Fight Trump and Defend Immigrant Rights! Judkins Park, 2150 S Norman St Monday 5/1, 11 AM This year, fifty-nine organizations have joined Seattle's May 1st Action Coalition to call for a day of mass protest linked to significant strike actions across the country. Shutting down Trump's agenda will require us to build up to even larger and more organized actions in the coming months.

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  5. Capitol Hill Community Post | $2.65M to streamline school start times ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Today, Mayor Ed Murray announced that he will propose $2.3M in startup funding to help Seattle Public Schools students get more sleep and be better equipped for academic success. The funding will help SPS implement a two-tiered bell schedule , in response to requests from families.

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  6. Capitol Hill Community Post | Cary Moon, Urban Planner and Civic...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Urban planner and civic leader Cary Moon is running for Mayor of Seattle. She is launching with an innovative campaign that reflects her inclusive, collaborative approach - including a detailed statement of her vision and solutions to Seattle's biggest challenges, a Virtual Town Hall open to everyone on "I'm running for Mayor because I feel an immense duty and responsibility to ensure Seattle, our beautiful, vibrant, diverse city, works for everyone.

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  7. Capitol Hill food+drink | Dad's dedication and a new generation - 30+ years of El GallitoRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    That dedication has kept the restaurant open since the early 1980s. Refugio Lopez was born in Mexico, but spent most of his life in the United States, living in Texas and Chicago before coming to Seattle in 1978.

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  8. Chair of Washington Human Rights Commission brings fight for dignity, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Charlene Strong , a human rights advocate, is hoping to take her work a step further by as a Seattle City Council member. She is running for Position 8 .

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  9. CHS Pics | March showers bring Capitol Hill rain gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    It has been an abnormally rainy start to spring for Seattle with rainfall more than double your typical wet and dreary Pacific Northwest March. You can learn how to put that extra rainfall to work for flowers and plants at a Meet-a-RainWise Contractor Fair coming up in April at Madison Valley's City People's : program helps take some of the burden off its taxed sewer system by providing rebates that cover "most or all" of the cost of installing cisterns and rain gardens.

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  10. Game industry-focused coworking space lands on E PikeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Christopher Floyd views Seattle as the "sort of" video game capital of the U.S. - it's got to be ranked high anyway, he said. But he was surprised how disconnected the video game community was, and decided to do something about it.

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  11. Half price books: Hugo House offered space in new development below market valueRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Hoping to continue their long relationship with the literary-focused nonprofit, property owners of the under-construction, mixed-use development on 11th Ave and E Olive have offered to sell the nonprofit Hugo House a 10,000 square-foot ground floor space for about half of its estimated market value. Hugo House, which is temporarily located at 1021 Columbia , made its home in the 1902-built former mortuary at 11th Ave and E Olive until its demolition last June.

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  12. Capitol Hill Community Post | Battle at 23rd & Union - 'Displacement Stops Here'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Central District, Black community members watched as armed police swarmed the business complex on 23rd and Union. This complex also houses Black Dot, a black-owned epicenter for tech and entrepreneurship.

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  13. As King County booms, how many people live on Capitol Hill? 32,989a and countingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    "The Seattle area is the ninth fastest-growing metro in the nation, gaining about 1,100 residents per week," the Puget Sound Business Journal reported Thursday . For those wondering, no, they aren't all moving to Capitol Hill.

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  14. Club-focused 1923 Management, food-centered F2T Hospitality locate...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Club-focused 1923 Management, food-centered F2T Hospitality locate offices on E Olive Way A group specializing in Seattle's nightclub scene and another working to bring farm-to-table food concepts to the city have located their shared office on E Olive Way between Broadway and Harvard Ave. There aren't any plans for them to open another Capitol Hill nightclub, yet, but the two-headed set of businesses will bring a new menswear shop to the neighborhood - and an E Olive Way deli. Matt Mead , marketing director for both 1923 Management and F2T Hospitality - two separate ventures aside from the connective element in Mead - said the groups have called Capitol Hill home to their management offices from about two months.

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  15. Weigh in now on Madison Bus Rapid Transit - 23rd Ave RapidRide coming nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    You will have another opportunity Wednesday night to kick the tires in person on the plan to create Bus Rapid Transit on Madison. In the meantime, King County and the City of Seattle have released a RapidRide expansion plan that includes the 2019 startup of Madison's RapidRide G as part of a growing, cross-city network of optimized bus corridors including a plan for what we presume would be RapidRide M or N or O or P on 23rd Ave by 2024.

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  16. The tale of a new home for Postal Plus, an expansion for Ruckus pot...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 5, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Postal Plus will, indeed, be moving on from its longtime home on Republican at 15th. Because this is Capitol Hill, Seattle in the year 2017, the move involves both a pot shop expansion and changes for an antiquarian book seller.

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  17. What the latest designs for RapidRide G look like, Madison Bus Rapid Transit block by blockRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 15, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    The RapidRide future of E Madison means a redo of one of the Hill's most chaotic intersections where Madison meets 12th and Union The City of Seattle has released its latest designs and is collecting public feedback on what is being billed as a powerful overhaul of E Madison that will change east-west travel in Central Seattle from downtown, through First Hill, Capitol Hill, the Central District, and into Madison Valley. Judging by a few of the designs for blocks along the route, Seattle City Hall will need your help to get it right.

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  18. Madison BRT, now RapidRide G, rounding out pedestrian, bike elements...Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Seattle is ready to put the final design touches on a powerful new east-west public transit corridor set to be carved out of Madison from downtown through First Hill and Capitol Hill to MLK. The Madison Bus Rapid Transit project will be known as the RapidRide G Line when it begins serving riders along its 11-stop route in late 2019.

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  19. City planning 2017 changes to speed up First Hill StreetcarRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Capitol Hill pedestrians you might soon have to up your pace to beat the First Hill Streetcar in a footrace. The Seattle Department of Transportation is planning a roster of changes in three sections of the 2.5-mile line to help boost the performance of the streetcar connecting Pioneer Square, the International District, First Hill, and Capitol Hill including the addition of a "southbound Business Access and Transit lane" to Broadway.

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  20. Proposed Seattle Renters' Commission will tackle tenant rights, affordabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2017 | Capitol Hill Blog

    Capitol Hill's calls for a Seattle Renters' Commission will soon be answered creating what is likely the first such official body in the nation. CHS has learned legislation to create a 15-member commission to represent tenants rights and weigh in on issues of development and affordability could be introduced as early as Monday.

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