Vol: 21 No: 39 September 24, 2014

Feature

Hundreds condemn SHA plan to raise rents

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

In a raucous meeting, hundreds of SHA residents and supporters denounce a proposed rent increase they say would jeopardize housing. (Read more...)

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News

A time of remembrance

By George Howland, Jr. , Acting Assistant Editor

In an indigent burial ceremony, King County lays 137 people to rest (Read more...)

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First round of Metro bus cuts begins Sept. 27

By Rosette Royale , Interim Editor

City leaders estimate that if Proposition 1 passes, it could raise $45 million annually for 10 years — but even a successful measure will still come too late to stave off cuts planned for this month (Read more...)

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King County weighs mandatory living wage for contract employees next year

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

A single person living in Seattle needs to make about $17 an hour to pay for rent, food and still have money for savings, according to an August called “Families out of Balance” (Read more...)

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Pay up

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

City councilmembers want to charge developers fees that would cover housing and infrastructure costs. But how much should the city charge? (Read more...)

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The Big Two-Oh! Real Change’s Annual Breakfast

By RC Staff

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Licata wants feds to probe SHA rent-hike plan

By Aaron Burkhalter , Staff Reporter

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Arts & Entertainment

Workers against war

By Mike Wold

Book Review - Hardhats, Hippies and Hawks: The Vietnam Anti-War Movement as Myth and Memory / By Penny Lewis (Read more...)

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