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Seattle’s Population Is Booming, Except for Where It’s Shrinking – Next City
"One of the most controversial elements of the recommendations of the Housing Affordability and Livability Agenda was that they framed single-family zoning as an outgrowth of racially exclusionary policies of the past, from redlining to further changes in the mid-20th century, Pettis says. Some people in single-family neighborhoods felt they were being labeled racists because of where they chose to live, both Pettis and Parham say. But even though the city didn’t move forward on those zoning changes after the agenda came out, Pettis says they sparked an important conversation.

“I think that [the agenda] did a huge service to the city by touching that third rail of single-family zones and not getting completely electrocuted,” Pettis says.

In any event, Parham agrees that many of the regulations in single-family zoning grew out of segregationist policies, and serve to perpetuate segregation today."
housing  zoning  seattle  race 
3 days ago by pacpost
Starting School Later Really Does Help Teens Get Sleep - The New York Times
Before Seattle made a change, students got an average of six hours and 50 minutes of sleep a night. Afterward, they got seven hours and 24 minutes.
newswire  seattle 
6 days ago by kejadlen
Takumi Company
Takumi Company is a Design/Build firm based in Seattle, Washington. We specialize in authentic Traditional Japanese Architecture, including Post and Beam construction for Homes, Additions, and Garden oriented structures such as Teahouses and Gates. Tatami rooms, Shoji, Tsuchikabe (clay wall) finishes, Tokonoma (display areas), built in Tansu (traditional wood chests), Kawara (clay roof tile) and Do-ban (traditional copper shingle) roof surfaces. These and other traditional elements along with typical modern amenities in harmony with carefully detailed hand woodworking exemplify our work.
japanese  woodworking  seattle 
6 days ago by joshuajabbour
I hid my homelessness in high school. My counselor helped me speak out. | The Seattle Times
This makes me sad that there is so much vitriol for this girl and her mom.

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seattle  seattletimes  highschool  homelessness 
10 days ago by UltraNurd

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