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  1. Comprehensive Tenants' Rights Legislation passes Council committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | West Seattle Herald

    District 1 City Councilmember Lisa Herbold's Source of Income Discrimination legislation was brought before a City Council committee on July 22 and unanimously voted to be brought before the full Council on Aug. 8. Later in the day Herbold attended a meeting at Arrowhead Gardens, whose senior residents consider affordable housing a top priority. Hebold's legislation protects tenants who pay rent with alternative sources of income, makes the screening practice fairer, adds eviction safeguards and bans Preferred Employer Programs.


  2. Seattle district council members angrily discuss city's decision to alter councilsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | West Seattle Herald

    The Delridge Neighborhoods District Council discussed -- among a large forum of other Seattle district councils -- the city's proposed changes to the district councils. "The news last week was a surprise to say the least," the chair of the Delridge district council said.


  3. 35th Ave. SW Safety Corridor and Neighborhood Greenway public meeting set for Aug.4Read the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | West Seattle Herald

    The new greenway will bring affordable, active transportation options for all ages and abilities. Over the past two years, we've been working with the community to redesign 35th Ave SW to improve safety as part of our Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic deaths and serious injuries.


  4. Float Dodger 5K will raise funds for Leukemia-Lymphoma and West Seattle Food BankRead the original story

    Friday Jul 15 | West Seattle Herald

    The annual Float Dodger 5K is set to run on the West Seattle Grand Parade route right before the floats kick off on Saturday July 23. It will start and finish at Hiawatha Park and will raise funds to help eradicate cancers and provide food for people in need. The runners enjoy a fairly level course, prizes, awards, an after party featuring root beer floats, parade viewing and a costume contest.


  5. Seven story, 108 unit mixed use project on Fauntleroy Way SW up for early design review Aug. 4Read the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | The Highline Times

    An Early Design Guidance meeting is set for Aug. 4 at the West Seattle Senior Center to allow a 126,500 sq. ft., 7-story mixed-use building containing 108 residential units and 10 live/work units 4754 Fauntleroy Way SW.


  6. West Seattle Chamber of Commerce luncheon featuring light rail plans happening NOWRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | West Seattle Herald

    The event featured a panel discussion on what their current stage of the plan, ST3 means to West Seattle. The panel was put together by the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Committee, hosting experts on the subject material.


  7. Thousands lose power in West SeattleRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 13 | West Seattle Herald

    Original post A power outage began at 3:30 am in West Seattle and affected 3774 people. No cause was clear for the outage and the estimated time of restoration was 10 am.


  8. Southwest Seattle Police officers and leadership offer thanks to the community for their supportRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | West Seattle Herald

    Captain Pierre Davis, representing the Southwest Precinct of the Seattle Police Department, and police officers everywhere released a special statement of gratitude that he and his staff wanted to share with West Seattle. In the wake of the recent officer involved shootings across the country and the most recent tragedy resulting in the deaths of several law enforcement officers in Dallas Texas, we again find ourselves heartbroken and shaken to the core.


  9. West Seattle Transportation Coalition sends letter on Terminal 5 Environmental Impact StatementRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | West Seattle Herald

    The West Seattle Transportation Coalition has sent a letter to the Port of Seattle regarding their collective thoughts on the Environmental Impact Statement for the Terminal 5 upgrades. Move the People.


  10. SLIDESHOW: 22nd annual 4th of July Kids Parade fun for the Mayor tooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    The 22nd annual West Seattle 4th of July Kids Parade brought a number of families to the Admiral neighborhood this morning. Children and their parents began to assemble at the intersection of 44th and Sunset around 10 a.m. Patriotic kids were on parade in West Seattle on the Fourth of July - decking their bicycle, tricycles, scooters, wagons and strollers in red, white and blue in honor of Independence Day.


  11. SLIDESHOW: Colman Pool celebrated 75 years on July 4Read the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | West Seattle Herald

    One of West Seattle's most iconic places, Colman Pool in Lincoln Park celebrated its 75th Anniversary on July 4 with some of the same people who were there in the early days, special guests and diving and lifeguard demonstrations. The Southwest Seattle Historical Society conducted an interview with West Seattle resident Jean Crowther Carroll, who was one of two teen-agers who were the first swimmers to dive into West Seattle's brand-new Colman Pool when it opened on July 4, 1941.


  12. West Seattle forces second game in 9-10 all star championshipRead the original story

    Saturday Jul 2 | West Seattle Herald

    West Seattle will return to the PacWest complex in SeaTac to play Renton one more time for all the marbles at 9 a.m. Sunday. We encourage our readers to comment.


  13. West Seattle teams pound foesRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | West Seattle Herald

    Two West Seattle Little League baseball all-star teams outslugged their opponents Thursday to advance into Friday losers bracket final action. The Westsiders defeated South Highline National by a 17-7 score at the District 7 championship tournament for ages 9-10 and beat Seattle Central, 18-5, in the age 10-11 tournament.


  14. Once and Future River: Reclaiming the DuwamishRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    "Words, Writers & West Seattle's" monthly book-talk series will be held on July 8th instead of the usual 'First Friday' this month because of the holiday on the 4th. Once and Future River: Reclaiming the Duwamish, is just published with the University of Washington Press and is about the damaged landscape of Seattle's Duwamish River, finding hope in the story of our past, present and future impact on the earth.


  15. The ultimate fan tribute - Two childhood friends follow their filmmaking dreamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 16, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    A cross-country tour kicked off in Seattle this week -- with a double-feature screening at the Northwest Film Forum on Thursday, June 2. Two childhood best friends turned filmmaking business partners are setting off on their next great adventure - and celebrating the epic path life has taken them so far. In 1982, Chris Strompolos, 11, connected with Eric Zala, 12, over comics and a mutual love for the film "Raiders of the Lost Ark."


  16. On the Go Week of 6-06-16Read the original story

    Jun 6, 2016 | The Highline Times

    Barton Neighborhood RainWise Info Event Brace Point Pottery 4208 S.W. 100th St. Sat., June 11, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. RainWise outreach staff will have information and answers to your questions about the rebate program and how to participate during the final months the Barton basin is eligible. Attend this neighborhood event and get started with RainWise before it is too late.


  17. Susan Melrose to leave West Seattle Junction Association postRead the original story

    May 27, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    It is with great appreciation that the West Seattle Junction Association announces the resignation of Susan Melrose, Executive Director. Susan provided more than 9 years of service to the organization, during which her steadfast leadership and strong sense of community helped the business district to flourish.


  18. SLIDESHOW: Taste of West Seattle makes for a happy West Seattle HelplineRead the original story w/Photo

    May 26, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    The annual Taste of West Seattle on May 26 saw 500 plus visitors mob the Hall at Fauntleroy to chow down on offerings from West Seattle's best restaurants. Raising well north of $63,000 with more still being totaled from contributions made at the event, the funds go to help West Seattle Helpline.


  19. Three arrested for bike theft after it appears on CraigslistRead the original story

    May 25, 2016 | West Seattle Herald

    One of the reasons criminals get arrested is that they aren't very smart in the first place. Proof of that came this week when Seattle Police arrested three suspects at at Westwood Village Monday after they tried to sell a very expensive bike stolen days earlier from the REI store in downtown Seattle.


  20. City of Seattle releases first Freight Master Plan for public reviewRead the original story

    May 23, 2016 | The Highline Times

    Today the Seattle Department of Transportation released its draft Freight Master Plan for public review. The draft FMP was developed by the Seattle Department of Transportation to address the unique characteristics, needs, and impacts of freight mobility in Seattle.


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