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Daily Archives: September 30th, 2022

Seattle Mariners end playoff drought, clinch postseason spot with walkoff win

Excerpt: The victory brought the longest ongoing drought in professional sports to an end in spectacular fashion, sending the very ready sold-out crowd at T-Mobile Park into a massive, raucous celebration. Mariners players donned October Rise shirts and caps and took a team photo out on the field as the display boards in the parks shimmered with the word "CLINCHED" repeated over and over.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Unscheduled Programming
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Bellevue residents enthusiastically back range of ideas for increasing housing attainability

Excerpt: These findings show that Bellevue residents are broadly in agreement on a number of ideas to tackle the city and region's housing crisis, from creating additional homeownership assistance programs to allowing the construction of Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs) such as backyard cottages in every neighborhood to relaxing restrictions like building height limits for projects that preserve existing mature trees on the property rather than cutting them down.
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Policy Topics, Public Planning
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