Posts for May, 2020

Internet for All and City Hall updates đź’»

May 21st, 2020

City Hall and Coronavirus Updates Friends and Neighbors, The month of May has brought a glimmer of hope. Governor Inslee announced a multi-phase plan for reopening Washington state. While King County has been in Phase 1 since May 5, the Governor this week approved 10 other counties to move to Phase 2. Thanks to our […]

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City Council unanimously passes “Internet for All” to expand affordable internet access in Seattle

May 18th, 2020

Resolution sponsored by Councilmembers Gonzalez, Juarez, and Pedersen COVID crisis reinforces need for universal broadband access to address inequities September 16, 2020 UPDATE: Today my Committee heard the presentation on the Internet for All Gap Analysis and Action Plan, which the City Council requested when we adopted Resolution 31956. For the full report CLICK HERE […]

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Participating in your Community Council

May 16th, 2020

Our District 4 is home to over 20 neighborhoods. Councilmember Pedersen believes community councils and other neighborhood-based organizations play an important role in Seattle. It may seem ill-timed during the COVID crisis to promote participation in community groups, but we hear from constituents that they are yearning to reconnect with neighbors and many groups are […]

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City Council approves additional defense from eviction for renters suffering financial hardship for one-time, 6-month “ramp down” following COVID

May 4th, 2020

May 4, 2020: Today the Seattle City Council approved Council Bill 119784, introduced by Council President Lorena Gonzalez to provide residential renters facing financial hardship with an additional defense against eviction for 6 months after the Mayor’s eviction moratorium ends. The Mayor extended her evictions moratorium — which is a stronger outright prohibition on evictions […]

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COVID Stay Home Extended and City Hall Action

May 1st, 2020

City Hall and Coronavirus Updates Friends and Neighbors, It’s been a busy two weeks since our last update. In addition to plenty of activity at City Hall and in District 4, Governor Inslee announced today he is extending Washington’s “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order to May 31st and outlined a four-phase plan for reopening the economy.  For more information, […]

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