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  1. Ballard Fire Station 50 percent complete, on track for December finishRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | Ballard News-Tribune

    As Ballardites may have seen from the construction crews, the Ballard Fire Station has been undergoing construction since January of this year. Construction began in January 2015 and is expected to finish in December 2015.

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  2. Ballard Crime Watch: Cat-door burglar makes off with $2,4000 in goodsRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Ballard News-Tribune

    A North Seattle couple is missing jewelry after a burglary occurred at their home located on the 300 block of NW 112 Street on June 17. After coming home they found drawers in their master bedroom rummaged through. A jewelry box was disturbed and jewelry was taken.

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  3. Recover your stolen goodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Information provided by Seattle Police Department The suspected ringleader of a prolific ring of burglars told SPD Major Crimes Taskforce detectives he "knew this day was coming" after they arrested him and his girlfriend at a motel near University Village Wednesday. Thea arrest led detectives to search the suspects' truck and a storage unit, where they found hundreds of pieces of suspected stolen jewelry and electronic in a storage locker and truck.

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  4. Club owners respond to neighbor's complaints of 'painful' noiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Some neighbors of a new music venue in Ballard are complaining that the loud music won't let them rest at night. KIRO TV recently reported that the neighbors of the Ballard Substation at 645 NW 45th St. have filed complaints for loud music occurring after hours.

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  5. Are You #GoodandReady for disaster, Seattle?Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 18 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Residents are invited to build a free disaster preparedness starter kit, as well as learn other ways to keep themselves and their families safe in a disaster, at the Fremont Fair this Saturday, June 20. Points of Light, the world's largest organization dedicated to volunteer service, and The Allstate Foundation have launched a nationwide, 14-city tour to help Americans get 'good and ready' for a disaster. This is the annual tour's first time in Seattle, where local volunteer organization Seattle Works will be on-hand to help residents get prepared.

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  6. KEXP Hood-to-Hood challenge set for tomorrowRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 11 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Tomorrow is KEXP's summer one day drive and the tenth annual Hood-to-Hood challenge, where Seattle neighborhoods compete against each other to host a KEXP organized day long music extravaganza in their neighborhood while supporting non-profit, independent radio - Where the Music Matters! West Seattle won last year's Hood-to-Hood challenge by a razor thin margin of $100 and they just celebrated their win two weeks ago with a live KEXP broadcast from The Junction, along with a full afternoon of live music from The Mountain Goats, Telekinesis and others, as well as evening DJ sets from KEXP DJs in venues across their neighborhood. Ballard, Capitol Hill and the University District are also recent past winners.

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  7. EPA to toast new clean water regulation at Fremont Brewery todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Ballard News-Tribune

    On the heels of the Obama administration's newly announced rule to protect streams and wetlands across the nation, top officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environment Washington, WashPIRG, and others will gather to celebrate the recently-announced Clean Water Rule and talk about how clean water is crucial to Seattle's health, economy and civic vitality. The Region's top EPA official, Dennis McLerran, will be joined by Sara Nelson of Fremont Brewery and WashPIRG leadership and staff to talk about how the Obama administration's Clean Water Rule will protect wetlands and the fragile upland sources of Seattle's rivers and streams.

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  8. Sons of former Paseo owner open Cuban eatery in BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 8 | Ballard News-Tribune

    After the closing and change in ownership of Seattle's favorite Cuban sandwich restaurant, Paseo, a new contender in the realm of Caribbean ambrosia has opened, and they have strong ties to Paseo. Julian and Lucas Lorenzo, sons of former Paseo owner, Lorenzo Lorenzo, have opened their own restaurant, Un Bien, at 7302 15th Ave. N.W. in Ballard.

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  9. 2015 Mayor's Film Award Recipient: Megan GriffithsRead the original story

    May 14, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Today Mayor Ed Murray announced the 2015 recipient of the 10th Annual Mayor's Award for Outstanding Achievement in Film, Megan Griffiths. The award recognizes an individual or entity for exceptional work that has significantly contributed to the growth, advancement and reputation of Seattle as a filmmaking city.

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  10. Mayor names new directors at Sustainability & Environment, Department of NeighborhoodsRead the original story

    May 8, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Seattle Mayor Ed Murray today named Jessica Finn Coven to serve as director of the Office of Sustainability & Environment and Kathy Nyland to serve as director of the Department of Neighborhoods . Bernie Matsuno, who has served as director of DON since 2011, will be stepping down effective June 2. Finn Coven comes to OSE after serving as Washington Director of Climate Solutions since 2011.

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  11. At Large in Ballard: Take Me To Your HubRead the original story w/Photo

    May 6, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    With her roof in danger of collapse from the fourth New England blizzard in a row my mom called because she was worried about me in Ballard. A family friend in Boise who works for the State of Idaho told her they were working on an emergency plan for when the Seattle area has its megathrust earthquake.

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  12. SFD completes new recruit live fire training in BallardRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    All last week the Seattle Fire Department held training exercises for new recruits in a vacant Ballard home located at 2019 NW 64th Street. After April 28, saws blasted, fires flared, hoses spewed and eager recruits practiced the skills that will one day save the lives of Seattle citizens.

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  13. Murray tours Ballard, talks affordability with localsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Mayor Ed Murray toured Ballard last Saturday April 25 and spoke with business owners and residents about issues in the community. Murray focused extra attention on housing affordability and public transportation in Ballard.

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  14. At Large in Ballard: BacklashRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Last week the Mayor and Seattle Police Department announced a strategy to deal with a 9.5 block area of downtown Seattle that has been described as a gantlet of disorder and illegal activity. Meanwhile two City Council members drew an overflow crowd about rising apartment rentals and dared to introduce the words "Rent Control" to Seattle.

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  15. NFFTY to feature shorts by Ballard High School filmmakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 20, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Three short films by students in the Ballard High School Digital Filmmaking Program have been named Official Selections of the National Film Festival for Talented Youth . This competitive festival showcases outstanding work by filmmakers age 24 and younger.

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  16. New streateries and parklets popping up in Seattle neighborhoodsRead the original story

    Apr 20, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Nine streateries and three new parklets are coming soon to Seattle. In an exciting start for the new Streatery Pilot Program, nine local businesses will install a streatery near their establishments.

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  17. Kohl-Welles, Senate honors 'State Teacher of the Year'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 17, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Lyon Terry, the 2015 Washington State Teacher of the Year, was honored by the Washington State Senate with a resolution co-sponsored by Sen. Rosemary McAuliffe, D-Bothell , Sen. Jeanne Kohl-Welles, D-Seattle, and other senators. "Lyon's passion for education is so very apparent and I continue to be struck by how dedicated he is to his students," said Kohl-Welles.

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  18. City Sends Parking Recommendations to City CouncilRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Today the Department of Planning and Development and Seattle Department of Transportation sent a report to City Council containing preliminary staff recommendations to address residential parking issues related to new development. Last year, the Mayor and City Council directed the Department of Planning and Development and the Seattle Department of Transportation to work together in preparing the recommendations for Council consideration this spring.

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  19. Seattle Green Spaces Coalition to meet in Fremont on Sunday, April 12Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    Please join us to follow up on the fantastic turnout from Ballard at the Sunset Hill Community Center on 3-22-15, the Parks Department Summit on 4-4-15, and our continuing outreach in South Seattle and West Seattle. Our Agenda will include the following: 1. Strategic plan for outreach to save the Substations in Ballard, North Seattle, South Seattle, West Seattle, Myers Way Parcels and other public land in Seattle.

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  20. City Seeks Input on Draft Transportation LevyRead the original story

    Apr 10, 2015 | Ballard News-Tribune

    In March 2015, Mayor Ed Murray introduced a proposal for a nine-year, $900 million levy to replace the existing $365 million Bridging the Gap levy that will expire at the end of 2015. The Transportation Levy to Move Seattle proposal focuses on taking care of the basics, maintaining our streets, bridges, and sidewalks, while also investing in the future with improvements that will provide more transportation choices to move more people and goods around our growing city.

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