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Encampment Fires Breakout in Seattle’s International District

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Super Bowl Sunday encampment inferno on @WSDOT property, victimizing #Chinatown-International District again. No sign of @CMTammyMorales coming out to support her district after recent string of homeless related fires. Where is @KC_RHA and Marc Dones? @MayorofSeattle @GovInslee @kcexec #Seattle

Suspected Meth Lab

Last Thursday, an explosion on @WSDOT property in #Chinatown-International District. Once again, @CMTammyMorales MIA. Auto body shop owner nearby is shocked @KC_RHA‘s Marc Dones says homeless will only be moved if “permanent housing solution” is available. #Seattle @MayorofSeattle

Massive Inferno

February 3rd another camp on @WSDOT property up in smoke in #Chinatown-International District. Notice a theme here? State ignores problems in this minority community. @CMTammyMorales MIA. Where is the equity lens for Asian Americans? #Seattle @GovInslee @KC_RHA

Tone Deaf

Parents raged on @KC_RHA CEO Marc Dones earlier in the week about lingering homeless encampments. Dones went on to say WA state law makers put in a funding requirement that says the homeless can only be moved if there is a “permanent housing solution.”

Mini Camps

Tents and structures remain in #Chinatown-International District on @wsdot property. Some have been here for more than year. Others popped up after massive 10th and Dearborn sweep a few months ago. @KC_RHA @GovInslee @WAStateCommerce @CMTammyMorales #Seattle

November 2022

@WSDOT Secretary of Transportation Roger Millar said, “When we see something starting, we get in and stop it.” Three months later, the structure he was referring to in #Chinatown-International District is still there. By the way, watch @GovInslee throw Roger under the bus.