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Public hearing scheduled for moratorium on new work-release facilities while city of SeaTac reviews zoning
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The SeaTac City Council passed an ordinance yesterday establishing a temporary “moratorium” on the creation of new work-release facilities in the city.
By Ruby Tuesday Romero
At approximately 8:25am, on the southwest side of 98th and 17th ave sw, thick black plumes of smoke were seen billowing from the back portion of an abandoned structure, formerly Atlas Heating.
The White Center Block Party on Aug. 29 raised more than $20,600 to benefit seven businesses that were damaged in an arson fire on July 5.
The fire that swept through seven businesses in White Center on July 5 prompted a remarkable outpouring of support for those businesses with GoFundMe pages getting remarkable support.
When the fire raced through more than seven businesses in White Center in the early morning hours on July 5 many lives were disrupted. Slowly, some of them are coming back and experiencing a renewed level of support.
The Port of Seattle, has "removed from consideration" the construction of a 1500 space parking lot that would have been built in North SeaTac Park.