Posts for December, 2021

Winter Storms: Help from your Seattle Government

December 24th, 2021

A big storm is hitting Seattle again and your city government is working hard to keep you safe. For the latest info from the Mayor’s Office (Dec 2021), CLICK HERE. For a summary of advice and help, please keep also reading this blog post…Please be safe out there! COORDINATION and COMMUNICATION: City of Seattle Office […]

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Year-End Results & Happy Holidays!

December 22nd, 2021

Friends and Neighbors, As we all look forward to the new year of 2022, this December newsletter looks back at this past year of 2021. As the COVID pandemic persists, I will continue to communicate with my constituents to understand their priorities while hopefully navigating a less pisive political climate.  I will continue to offer […]

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Disappointing Decision by Kroger Company to Shut Down 2 of its 15 Seattle Stores

December 14th, 2021

JANUARY 25, 2022 UPDATE: Voting to Overturn Mayor’s veto The legislative journey of Seattle’s ordinance adopted a year ago (January 2021) to require owners of grocery stores in Seattle to pay their workers hazard pay of an additional $4 per hour continues:  just last month, the City Council voted 8 to 0 to sunset those additional payments, but former Mayor Durkan surprisingly vetoed Council’s reasonable sunset bill as she departed office. Then, this week, a majority of the Council reversed […]

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