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  1. Human Services Department to update council on safe consumption space planningRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    There's still a lot left to be sorted before the City of Seattle opens its first safe consumption space for people suffering from drug addiction, and there will be several options to consider when moving forward this week. The Seattle Human Services Department on Thursday will provide the city council's Housing, Health, Energy and Worker's Rights Committee with a presentation regarding how it could proceed with a safe consumption space, also know as community health engagement locations .

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  2. Consulate of Mexico moving to Harvard ExitRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 13, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Brandon Macz: Eagle Rock Ventures purchased the old Capitol Hill theater for $2.35 million in 2015, and renovations started in early 2016. The Consulate of Mexico is now confirming it will be moving to Capitol Hill sometime this year after more than a decade in Belltown.

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  3. Central Co-op taps Community Lunch on Capitol Hill for yearlong partnershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 12, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    File photo: Community Lunch on Capitol Hill provides meals to low-income residents and people experiencing homelessness four days a week. Central Co-op and Community Lunch on Capitol Hill are partnering up this year to promote access to healthy food for low-income residents and people experiencing homelessness.

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  4. Seattle group working to restore, retrofit historic trolley carsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 5, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Image courtesy of FOBT: The Friends of the Benson Trolleys are fundraising for a project to restore historic trolleys and retrofit them to ride again with the City of Seattle's new fleet of streetcars. The Friends of the Benson Trolleys is using the momentum of the Center City Connector line to campaign for the retrofitting of vintage trolleys to run on Seattle's growing streetcar line.

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  5. Quinn's Pub, Sole Repair Shop sellRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Brandon Macz: Quinn's Pub and Sole Repair Shop have been owned by Scott and Heather Staples for the past 10 years, and will have new owners starting Jan. 31. Scott and Heather Staples have announced the sale of Quinn's Pub and Sole Repair Shop on East Pike, which the couple ran for the past 10 years. "It was kind of interesting," said Scott Staples.

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  6. Rapid Ride G line could open in early 2021Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 16, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Ryan Murray: Eric Tweit, SDOT project manager for the Madison Bus Rapid Transit project, provides an update during a First Hill Improvement Association meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 9. The Madison Street Bus Rapid Transit corridor is still at least three years away, but plans are becoming more concrete. At a First Hill Improvement Association meeting at Virginia Mason Medical Center last week, project manager Eric Tweit from the Seattle Department of Transportation focused in on some details of the corridor and also gave an overview of the project.

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  7. Committee hears support, concerns for Seattle Asian Art Museum expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 15, 2018 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Seattle City Councilmember Debora Juarez led a public hearing on Friday where most comments were supportive of amending the land use code to allow for an expansion project at the Seattle Asian Art Museum. Juarez started the meeting by expressing her appreciation that city staff and the Seattle Art Museum had come back with an improved list of public benefits to be provided under a development agreement.

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  8. Police arrest man in East Precinct gunpoint rape, robbery investigationRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Editor's note: The following article includes disturbing details about a reported rape and robbery at gunpoint. The Capitol Hill Times is not naming the suspect at this time, as he has not yet been formally charged.

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  9. Rocking for goodRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photos by AJ Dent: Sustainable Shred founder Cozell Wilson is hosting a toy drive at Chop Suey on Wednesday, Dec. 20. Formed in April, Sustainable Shred curates events featuring local bands and DJs, with donations and admission costs going to charitable causes. "Sustainable Shred bridges the gap between artist and community by providing a platform to utilize their natural talent to help families in need," reads the group's mission statement.

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  10. Realfine Coffee opening in former Stumptown spaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 29, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Realfine Coffee owner Julie Mierzwiak will open her second caf in the former Stumptown Coffee space on East Pine Street in early 2018. Stumptown Coffee Roasters opted not to renew its lease at 616 E. Pine St., and instead is putting its caf focus into its 12th Avenue shop.

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  11. Council passes short-term rental tax, pauses on regulationRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 14, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Image courtesy of Seattle Channel: Seattle City Councilmember Rob Johnson asks to take short-term rental regulation back to committee on Monday, Nov. 13. Operators of short-term rental units and housing advocates weren't silent as the Seattle City Council referred regulatory legislation back to committee on Monday. The council passed tax legislation for $12 per night on a short-term rental unit, and $8 for a room.

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  12. TWIST film fest stays strong on HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Image courtesy of Three dollar Bill Cinema: TWIST will show the 2017 film, 'Freak Show,' about a teenager in a conservative school who decided to run for homecoming queen. Three Dollar Bill Cinema executive director Jason Plourde arrived in Seattle 21 years ago, took a volunteer job working with the nonprofit on its very first festival and never left the city or the organization.

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  13. Central Area coalition has designs for the futureRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photos by Meredith Wilson: Tyrone Brown talks to attendees of the open house about how important community input was to developing the design guidelines. He is the chairman of the Central Area Arts and Historic District.

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  14. First Hill Pop-up Petting Zoo 2017Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 26, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    The First Hill Improvement Association hosted its second First Hill Pop-up Petting Zoo in the pavement park at at Ninth Avenue and University Street on Wednesday, Sept. 20. The petting zoo is part of FHIA's Summer 2017 series, which is funded by the Seattle Office of Economic Development's Only in Seattle grant.

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  15. Restaurants serving up small bites for 7th annual Omnivorous benefitRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 20, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    For affordable-housing advocates that also happen to be foodies, Capitol Hill Housing's annual Omnivorous benefit is the perfect pairing. Omnivorous puts tasty small bites from numerous Capitol Hill restaurants on display, culminating with a Raising the Beet fundraiser pledge to support the affordable housing developer's various projects and programs.

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  16. Capitol Hill Housing to construct LGBTQ-affirming senior housing developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo courtesy of Apartments.com: Capitol Hill Housing has owned the Helen V apartments for 16 years. The adjacent lot will be the site for a new LGBTQ-affirming senior housing development.

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  17. Questions loom over WSCC AdditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 24, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo courtesy of King County Metro: The Convention Place Station on Pine Street is being purchased by the WSCC for $275 million. The Washington State Convention Center Addition is set to be the largest public development project in Seattle's history, but its future construction isn't assured at the moment.

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  18. PSKS narrowing in on new homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Brandon Macz: PSKS hopes to soon have a new site secured since the property it currently occupies was sold for townhomes. Capitol Hill's Peace for the Streets by Kids from the Streets could soon have a new facility secured, and will continue raising funds in the interim.

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  19. By The Pound owners promise many surprises awaitRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    Photo by Brandon Macz: By the Pound, a delicatessen in the front and secret-ish bar in the back, is slated to open at 1801 E. Olive Way in September. The creative minds behind the future By The Pound on East Olive Way are spreading the word about what the delicatessen will be, but are also saving some surprises for opening day.

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  20. SDOT hopeful for Madison BRT fundingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 7, 2017 | Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter

    The Seattle Department of Transportation is considerably more optimistic it will have the federal funding needed to complete a major bus corridor project along Madison Street than it was when President Donald Trump released his budget plan back in May. "We've been following this very closely," said Andrew Glass Hastings, SDOT transit and mobility director. "When the president came out with his budget back in May, it was very disturbing sort of for the future of the federal government's partnership with cities like Seattle."

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