King County Council has approved Councilmember Joe McDermott's suggested proviso for $100k in the county's 2023 budget--to develop a tree ordinance for unincorporated urban areas.
Information from the Seattle Police Department
The Seattle Police Department often sees an increase in domestic violence reports during the holiday season. If you or someone you know is a victim of domestic violence, help is a phone call away.
The Seattle Police Department and City of Seattle offer support and services to victims and their families, by interrupting cycles of abuse and helping get them out of dangerous situations.
The 125,000 light Christmas display that is easily the largest in West Seattle is going up and will go live at 4:30pm Dec. 1.
The home is located at 5605 Beach Drive SW.
"We're scaling back this year" Menashe said laughing.
There is a brand new "deer corral" as part of the display and more new pieces will be seen near the "Pond" area.
The lights go on at 4:30 pm daily and off at 11 pm
Santa will arrive on Dec. 10 from 6pm to 9pm. But on Tuesday Dec 20 of two live reindeer will be on hand. Carolers will be there and Santa will be joined by Mrs; Claus.
Information from CIty of Burien
Witnesses said they saw a group of five or six boys fighting in the area before the shooting.The victim was a 17 year old male. The suspects are still at large.
The Shelter in place has been lifted for Chief Sealth High School and Denny Middle School regarding the shooting at Delridge and Thistle Street SW shortly after 2pm.
Seattle Police say they are seeking two suspects,
The first is a white or Hispanic male, 5’8″ tall wearing a gray sweater, brown pants, black Nike shoes with a white swoosh, carrying a silver pistol.
The second suspect is also a white or Hispanic male, 5’10” tall , with black hair, wearing a black sweater, dark-blue jeans and black shoes.
The victim was taken to Harborview Medical Center .
By Patrick Robinson
When Locol at 7902 35th SW opened in January of 2011 in a former tanning salon location, it was in an area near Kenyon Street that was without any restaurants or bars. It quickly became a neighborhood favorite and beyond, serving gourmet small plates, premium wines, and range of beers on draft few could match. It was quiet, unassuming, and the staff made people feel welcome and seen.
Kyle Duce and his associates built a gem of a spot, that was rightly seen as an oasis.
Over the last decade it saw a lot of changes, the addition of a covered outdoor patio, and many people passing through, still largely remaining true to its original ideal.