POSTPONED: Community Police Commission to speak at this month’s Ballard District Council meeting

Update (Tuesday Feb. 12): The February Ballard District Council meeting has been postponed due to the snowy, slushy mess out there. Here’s a message from the council: “Due to weather-related accessibility issues (a long, messy snow melt!), WE ARE POSTPONING OUR FEBRUARY MEETING until everyone can safely navigate. “The Community Police Commission has been rescheduled to […]

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Icy roads means no garbage pickup, another snow day for many

With another several inches of fresh snow on the ground, and many residential roads as slick as a skating rink, much of Seattle is taking yet another snow day.   View this post on Instagram   She’s getting away! ❄🐶❄ . . . #seattlesnow #fremontseattle #seattlesnowday #dogsofseattle #snowpocalypse #frelard #phinneyridge #ballard #seattlesnowpocalypse #fremont #king5 #komo4 […]

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Ballard wakes up to a blanket of snow

5:45pm: What a day! Here’s a last upload of photos from people enjoying the snow today. Snow-salmon sculpture, photographed by Wayne in Bergen Place: Another, more classic, snow sculpture by Ming: A very snowy Ballard street, by Penni: Rachel’s snowy display, embracing Seattle Snowpocalypse: Frances, showing us all how hard the Seattle postal workers are […]

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Crown Hill upzoning could be scaled back to reduce development in single-family zones

City council is looking at reducing the proposed upzoning of Crown Hill. The original proposal would extend the low-rise upzoning into areas of single-family zones, but the trimmed-back plan would make those areas residential small-lot zones, or keep them as single-family zones. Other areas considered for the amendment are West Seattle Junction, Mount Baker, Ravenna, […]

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