Tag: library levy
The primary election is tomorrow (Aug. 7) and Seattle voters will decide whether to support a $123 million Library Levy which could mean more hours, books and other materials at Seattle’s public libraries. Will property owners support this seven-year tax increase? If so, how will levy funding be spent? Check out this short City Inside Out: Local Issues segment to learn more.[More]
The police response to the May Day demonstrations. A bond measure to replace the crumbling waterfront seawall. A library levy to restore cuts and improve services. Balancing the city budget with community priorities. City Councilmembers weigh in on these topics and more on the May episode of City Inside/Out: Council Edition featuring Councilmembers Tim Burgess, Nick Licata and Mike […][More]
Seattle voters will decide this summer whether to support a new $123 million levy to restore and enhance library services across the city. Will property owners support a seven-year tax increase? Critics contend the tax hike doesn’t include enough accountability for how the funds will be spent. We hear from library patrons and branch regional […][More]
Do City Councilmembers support the Mayor’s recently announced reforms of the police department? How will policing change in the city? How will the library levy restore cuts and improve services? What about the transportation impacts of a proposed sports arena in Sodo? Councilmembers also discuss a city breast-feeding ordinance that expands on state protections afforded […][More]
Posted: April 10th, 2012 under City Issues, Police Accountability, Take 21, Transportation.
Tags: breast-feeding ordinance, Brian Callanan, Bruce Harrell, City Inside/Out: Council Edition, Jean Godden, library levy, police reforms, Sally Clark, sports arena, transportation