Posts for 'Councilmember Juarez'

“Stop the Bleed” Trainings and Stations Coming to D5!

November 13th, 2018

Thank you to Sandy Motzer, Susanna Cunningham, Ann Forrest for all of their hard work to share Stop the Bleed training and tools in North Seattle! They installed life-saving “Stop the Bleed” stations in the Lake City Community Center and the Meadowbrook Community Center, thanks to a $5,000 Neighborhood Matching Fund award they applied for […]

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Mayor’s Budget Proposal and D5 Community Network Budget Discussion

September 25th, 2018

Hello D5, Yesterday Mayor Durkan released her 2019-2020 Proposed Budget. While I am excited that many of the District 5 investments we have advocated for are included in this budget proposal, I will be working over the next few weeks to address a few crucial gaps in services and program funding for our neighborhoods. I […]

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Homeless Encampments Update

September 11th, 2018

Hello D5, Over the last few weeks my office has received about thirty emails and calls regarding unauthorized homeless encampments at the Lake City Post Office/Grocery Outlet and the Kingfisher Natural Area along Thornton Creek. On behalf of my constituents I have reached out to the City’s Navigation Team, and they have responded to both […]

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Seattle Asian Art Museum Expansion is approved

January 22nd, 2018

I am pleased to announce that today, January 22nd, the Seattle City Council passed Council Bill 119150 and Council Bill 119146 to authorize the expansion of the Seattle Asian Art Museum in Volunteer Park. The beautifully designed Art Deco building in which the SAAM is housed has been a fixture of Volunteer Park and the SAM for […]

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FINAL 2018 Budget Wins for D5

November 22nd, 2017

Hello District 5 Community, Monday, November 20th, the City Council voted to approve the 2018 City budget. I am excited to report the final 2018 City Budget and what it means for D5! Working with my colleagues, I was able to secure funding for District 5 priorities and citywide priorities. I have included a selection […]

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Round 1 in the 2018 Budget!

November 1st, 2017

Thank you to those that have been writing in, calling our office and coming out to the budget public hearings. We have had great success in the first round of the budget review and I could not have done it without you! I have put together a list of all the budget actions that have been included […]

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Aurora Licton Urban Village Legislation

September 29th, 2017

Council Bill 119093 is scheduled for a Full Council vote on Monday Oct. 3rd at 2pm in Council Chambers at City Hall. The purpose of this legislation is to encourage more housing and pedestrian friendly development in the C1, C2 and NC3 designations within the boundaries of the Aurora Licton Urban Village (ALUV). The goals […]

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Vacant Building Legislation

September 6th, 2017

Yesterday the Seattle City Council voted unanimously in favor of Council Bill 118971, legislation I was proud to co-sponsor in response to community requests to reform our city’s vacant building regulations. Seattle has seen a significant uptick in hazardous vacant buildings, which can pose serious risks to neighbors, transient occupants, and the first responders who […]

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Weekly Update 8/14-8/18

August 14th, 2017

Today at Full Council There was 1 item from the Parks, Seattle Center, Libraries and Waterfront Committee: Lake Washington Moorages Agreement, for management of the public moorages on Lake Washington (Approved at Full Council 5-3) Also on the Full Council Agenda we has the KeyArena Resolution. This resolution memorializes the agreements and benchmarks we have laid […]

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City-Wide Income Tax Vote

July 11th, 2017

On July 10th, I joined the rest of the City Council in voting yes on the city-wide Income Tax ordinance. This unanimous vote of the Council is just the first step in what will be a long legal battle. There is no disputing that our tax system in Washington is regressive and is hitting low-income […]

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