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Parents Question WSDOT Leader Over Inaction on Dangerous Ship Canal Encampment

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Washington State Department of Transportation Confronted

Thursday, The Washington State Dept. of Transportation (@WSDOT) gave some members of the media a final tour of the U. District side of the Ship Canal Bridge encampment before it gets fenced off. Some parents showed up to direct pointed questions at WSDOT Region Administrator Brien Nielsen. Otherwise, outreach workers say 14 homeless men and women were placed into housing situations that met their needs. Unfortunately for the folks who showed up recently to this encampment, they did not get housing they wanted so are headed back on to the streets of #SEATTLE. Otherwise, no sign of KCRHA CEO Marc Dones. Have not seen him at a sweep since the 10th and Dearborn removal last year. @GovInslee @MayorofSeattle @KC_RHA @kcexec @WAStateCommerce @CMTMosqueda @CMSaraNelson @D5Juarez @SeattleCouncil @KCCouncil

The Other Side

@WSDOT crews have put up a fence on the Wallingford side near the John Stanford Int. School. Parents and neighbors are wondering how long this will last? #Seattle