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Wed, 10/19/05

The architect who designed the newly completed rental housing units at High Point has a valuable perspective on how to design low-income apartments.

"I lived in public housing," he said.

Tyrone Jordan-Oliver is an architect with the…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

The Normandy Park Police Officers Guild recently endorsed candidates running the Normandy Park City Council.

Based on the results of interviews with the candidates, the police officers guild endorsed John Wiltse, who is running for council…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

Results from a Puget Sound Clean Air Agency study reveal emissions from Lafarge Cement are the likely source of an odor that has plagued and puzzled many residents of south Seattle for years.

Since 2001, residents in Highland Park, South…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

Next month marks a turning point in the history of the Junction, when Seattle voters will decide whether to kill or continue the monorail project.

The business district could return to its roots as a transportation site. After all, it's…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

Times/News Correspondent

The Des Moines City Council approved on Oct.

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Wed, 10/19/05

SeaTac Occupation Skill Center has been accepted into the Successful Practices Network, a part of the International Center for Leadership in Education.

The Successful Practices Network is a not-for-profit membership organization designed…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

Times/News Correspondent

A citizen initiated rezoning for townhouse development along Pacific Highway south of South 260th Street could increase congestion for Des Moines drivers if approved, city council members were told Oct. 13.

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Wed, 10/19/05

Times/News Correspondent

Four of the candidates running for Port of Seattle commissioner in the Nov. 8 general election agreed at a Des Moines candidate's forum last week that the Port's performance has been "unsatisfactory."

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Wed, 10/19/05

King County Fire District 2, the Burien/Normandy Park Fire Department, has received a $61,636 grant from the 2005 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program.

The funds will be used to institute a Wellness/Fitness program that has been…MORE

Wed, 10/19/05

ACME Bowling, Billiards and Events in Tukwila, one of the largest bowling and event venues on the West Coast, is scheduled to open in mid-November.

An $8 million entertainment center, ACME blends state-of-the-art technology with completely…MORE

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