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Ode to livability

Eds Note: Cliff Portman, Principal Land Use Planner with DPD, sent me this poem in response to our ongoing discussion of livability. Urban Optimum For each in the city there is a hum and a beat To which routines and … Continue reading

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What makes Seattle livable for me

By SUSAN JONES, atelierjones Eds. Note: Jones, the founding principal of atelierjones, lives with her husband and two children in a condo near Pike Place Market. She works a few blocks away. More cool Seattle shots by Michael Nalley at … Continue reading

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At least there’s a lot to think about…

Itching for more insight on how Seattle is faring and what the future holds? Several events are coming up next week that might strike your fancy. On Tuesday, March 10, Mossback columnist and Crosscut contributor Knute Berger is giving a … Continue reading

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