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Great City, PSCA, and AIA Seattle sponsored a brownbag discussion of the Viaduct’s South Portal and the potential impacts on Pioneer Square. At least that’s what it was supposed to be about. The presentation by SDOT/WSDOT was great and informative (view the video of the presentation...

Link to Part 1, Social Link to Part 2, Economic Link to Part 3, Political Link to Part 4, Physical The Revitalization Committee for Pioneer Square is meeting again tomorrow morning (open to the public)  to continue the discussion about revitalizing our neighborhood. I've been posting clips from the...

NEWS 2010 is big year for progress on tunnel (Crosscut) I have a post coming up today with video and commentary from the Viaduct south portal brownbag last Friday. This article will give you a good lead in to that. Or this from PubliCola: Probably the Worst Place...

Almost 1,000 volunteers showed up this year to participate in SKCHH's One Night Count of homeless in King County. Here are the stats from this year's count (to see the pdf report, click here): There was a 5% decrease from last year -- from 2,827 in 2009...

There’s a brown bag information session today from 12 - 1:30 regarding the Viaduct South Portal. The south entrance has different proposed locations, one of which would essentially turn 1st Ave into a freeway with major traffic. I've heard that Pioneer Square has not been very...

The annual One Night Count of people who are homeless in King County is happening tomorrow morning from 2am - 5am. This will be the 30th year that the Seattle/King County Coalition on Homelessness (SKCCH - pronounced "skitch") and Operation Nightwatch have organized...