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September Real Estate Market Update

Are you sick of all the media hype about Seattle’s real estate market? (here’s yet another article telling us that the area is growing- goo.gl/pHHGd0… 37 more words


Railroad officials are delaying on bridge proposition

Originally published in the Maplevalley Messenger, September 22, 1921

No definite action has yet been taken by Milwaukee to authorize overhead crossing

Two weeks have elapsed since the plans for the overhead bridge across the at Maplevalley were approved by the county commissioners. 144 more words


Simple actions to help restore Puget Sound

King County residents consistently rate water quality as the most important environmental issue to them.

This month, we’ll be taking a look at stormwater runoff – the leading source of pollution for Puget Sound – its impacts, the myths, and the pollution prevention actions we’re taking as well as actions you can take at home. 429 more words

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Is the Heroin Task Force Focusing on the Wrong Solutions?

Part 2 of a two-part series on the recommendations of the Seattle/King County Heroin and Prescription Opiate Addiction Task Force. Part 1 ran yesterday 1,726 more words


New Approach: Seattle Considers ‘Safe Places’ for Doctor-Supervised Heroin Use

A task force focused on combating Seattle’s heroin problem has recommended that the city set up safe places for users to take the illegal drugs, under the supervision of medical professionals. 266 more words

New forest invader called small-flowered jewelweed discovered on Novelty Hill Rd

King County weed specialists recently responded to a report of a new forest invader called small-flowered jewelweed found along Novelty Hill Rd just east of Redmond Ridge. 756 more words

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Windermere Living – Fall 2016

The Fall 2016 issue of Windermere Living showcasing residences and destinations from across the West is now available! Windermere Living is the exclusive listings magazine published by Windermere Real Estate. 10 more words