Posts for June, 2021

Conquering COVID, Financial Relief, and District 4 updates

June 24th, 2021

June 2021 Friends and Neighbors, Happy Pride Month and Happy Juneteenth! This month’s newsletter features a Seattle milestone to conquer COVID; financial relief for those who need it the most; updates on public safety; news from my Committee on Transportation, Utilities, and Technology; the re-opening of libraries, farmers markets, and small businesses in District 4; and […]


Updates for King County Metro Bus and Sound Transit Riders

June 15th, 2021

June 24, 2021 UPDATE: A thorough analysis of the changes coming October 2021 for King County Metro bus lines was published by Stephen Fesler in The Urbanist blog: CLICK HERE. MAY 27, 2021 UPDATE: Bus Routes in District 4 will Change with Light Rail Stations Opening in October Some King County Metro bus routes in […]


Seattle Policy Changes Impacting Residential Tenants and Housing Providers (Landlords): 2020 and 2021

June 7th, 2021

Introduction: During the past two years, the Seattle City Council has passed several new policies and funding to benefit residential tenants. Some of this legislation I supported and some I did not, depending on the specifics of each proposal. In general, if the proposal was targeted to serve those in financial need during the COVID […]


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