SDOT seeks feedback as Greenway construction reaches completion

SDOT is looking for local feedback now that the construction of the Ballard Neighborhood Greenway is complete. “Thanks to all for their patience during construction. Please take a few minutes to complete our online post-construction communications survey and let us know how we did communicating with you during construction,” writes Ballard Greenways Project Manager CJ […]

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Google to fund free WiFi for community centers

In collaboration with Mayor Ed Murray’s Digital Equity Initiative, Google is offering grants that will provide free WiFi to Seattle community centers and affordable housing projects. According to Mayor Ed Murray’s office, at least 15 percent of Seattle residents have no Internet service at home. “Too many Seattle residents have no regular access to the Internet, and […]

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Development Update March 31: a communication utility, a subdivision and a four story building

An application, a decision and a streamlined design review notice make up today’s development update, provided by the City of Seattle’s Department of Constructions and Inspections Land Use Information Bulletin. Application: 5310 P Ballard Ave NW An application has been submitted to locate a minor communication utility (Verizon) on a new Seattle City Light utility pole […]

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The weeks in sports at BHS

It is another huge week for the talented athletes from Ballard High School. Go Beavers! Wednesday, March 30 Baseball Varsity: 3:30 p.m., Ballard vs. Seattle Prep, at Steve Cox Memorial Park Boys Soccer C Team: 3:30 p.m., Ballard vs. Ingraham High School, at Ballard High School Boys Soccer C Team: 3:30 p.m., Ballard vs. Roosevelt High School, […]

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