Suggest transportation enhancements at Walk, Bike, Ride workshop – June 29th
The Bicycle (2007) and Pedestrian (2009) Master Plans help guide the City’s improvements for biking and walking, and Mayor Mike McGinn is currently updating the Transit Master Plan. On June 29th, learn about these plans and talk with representatives from the Department of Transportation about where you think there is the most trouble – and the most potential – for enhancements.
Gov. Chris Gregoire lays out export-building agenda
Gov. Chris Gregoire laid out plans yesterday to boost trade as part of President Obama’s effort to double American exports in five years. Among the goals: field-test new programs to identify new opportunities; dedicate $3 million for export counseling for companies; boost agricultural-export efforts and strengthen and expand relationships with international trading partners.
Burke Museum’s Waterlines Project documents the urban development history of Seattle
The New Pioneer Square
The Burke Museum’s Waterlines Project, which explores the history of Seattle through a focus on its shorelines, now includes a website where visitors can examine the natural and human forces that have shaped urban development across the Puget Sound.
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