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Dow Constantine Addresses Chinatown Safety Concerns

Dow Constantine Speaks He dodged my questions last week, but today @kcexec stood in there and responded after I asked him about PUBLIC SAFETY plan around HOMELESS MEGAPLEX. He’s refusing #Chinatown-ID’s request for 6 month moratorium on project. I guess I’m a JOURNALIST again. Major Public Safety Concerns Dow’s response shows there is NO new plan for PUBLIC SAFETY around this HOMELESS MEGAPLEX. Relying on current law enforcement agencies when they’re already down officers is not reassuring. This is what I was referring to. What About Moratorium? Leo Flor is Director of King County Department of Community and Human Services. He’s in charge of getting Dow Constantine’s (@kcexec) HOMELESS MEGAPLEX up and running. Listen to his SPIN when I ask Read More ›

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Hope Camping Out in Spokane

Surrounded by vast farmland and enjoying majestic sunsets, Spokane is the largest city in Eastern Washington. It’s home to Gonzaga University, an abundance of outdoor activities, and the population is booming — including at a place called, “Camp Hope.”  Read More ›
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Broken Down at the First Ave Bridge

The view from high above the First Avenue Bridge is breathtaking, with downtown Seattle on the horizon. But as you get closer to the ground, it looks like a third world country below.  Read More ›
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Photo by Jonathan Choe

Seattle Parks Targeted for Retaliation

Multiple sources say homeless activists trashed @SeattleParks HQ on Dexter Ave. in #Seattle over the weekend. More than a dozen windows broken, several city cars spray painted/vandalized. They also left threatening msg saying, “You sweep, we attack. You sweep we strike.” Read More ›
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Photo by Jonathan Choe

Bruce Harrell, Jay Inslee, and Reach Ministry on 3rd Avenue

the @SeattlePD mobil precinct being stationed on 3rd Ave. in downtown Seattle. City sources now say there’s chatter it could be moved in the near future and biz owners aren’t happy about it. Read More ›