Starbucks Reserve® SODO BIA Event

Starbucks Reserve® SODO & the SODO BIA welcome you to their first Reserve store, a unique marketplace offering our rarest small lot coffees and artisanal Italian food from Princi.   We invite you to tour the exquisitely designed spaces and enjoy aperitivo – an inspired menu of wine, beer, spirits and small bites. Please join us, the SODO Business Improvement Area and your SODO neighbors for an open house on Thursday, March

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March Events in SODO

March 1: Domaine Pouiilon at Esquin Wine March 2: Season Opener at The Shop March 2: Destination Delridge at Metropolist March 3: Noble Oak Bourbon and Mullan Road cellars at Esquin Wine March 6: SODO BIA Cannabis Education Event at Vela Cannabis March 7: Orin Swift Winemaker Dave Phinney at Esquin Wine March 9 – April 1: Hamlet at The Slate Theater March 10: Wine & Warriors at Elsom Cellars March 10: Greg Harrington of Gramercy Cellars and Roger Gamche

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Community Outreach – Police Chief Search

Seattle’s Next Police Chief   Few issues are more important than public safety and keeping families in our City safe. The next police chief must be committed to continuing to build an accountable, diverse police department focused on meaningful and lasting reforms and building trust in the community they serve. Our efforts will be developed and implemented with input and leadership from Seattle neighborhoods and communities. The Search Process   Mayor Durkan launched a national

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We need to tackle our top public safety concern: URM buildings

February 22, 2018 We need to tackle our top public safety concern: URM buildings One solution uses private financing to retrofit old unreinforced brick and masonry buildings. By PETER A. NITZE Nitze-Stagen & Co. As Seattle matures, it faces a growing list of social and structural challenges, ranging from a shortage of affordable housing to an overburdened transportation infrastructure to a large and increasing homeless population. To its credit, the city has acknowledged these challenges,

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City Light to Install Duct Bank on 1st Avenue South

Starting in early February 2018, Seattle City Light crews will be working along 1st Avenue South, between South Royal Brougham Way and Railroad Way South to install a new electrical duct bank. This work is needed to upgrade aging electrical infrastructure in the SODO neighborhood. The attached flier and map are included for your reference (see bottom of post). Affected customers have received this information, so no action is required on your part. This work

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