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Bell Harbor International Conference Center's Maritime Events Center, 2211 Alaskan Way.
Originally published Tuesday, November 6, 2012 at 9:22 PM Bond to repair seawall passing Seattle residents overwhelmingly approved a $290 million, 30-year bond measure to reconstruct the aging Elliott Bay seawall, and King County voters approved a
The new seawall on the Seattle waterfront would be built 10 to 15 feet inland from the existing seawall. The Seattle Transportation Departments project manager, Jennifer Wielend, says cantilevered sidewalk would connect to businesses and services on
The Seattle City Council votes next week whether to put a $290 million levy on the Nov. 6 ballot to pay for a new seawall along Elliott Bay. A council committee recommended the move Monday in favor of the 30-year bond. The Seattle Daily Journal of
The West Seattle Water Taxi that crashed into the Seattle seawall in September has returned to service with its Monday morning sailings. Rachel Marie has had extensive repairs since the crash that caused minor injuries to seven passengers. King
A new seawall along the downtown Seattle waterfront could include a couple of small beaches where people could dip their toes in Elliott Bay. Another option calls for pushing out the seawall to create more public space. Those are some of the choices
The state Transportation Department says a weekend inspection of Seattle's Alaskan Way viaduct found that a column had settled by a half-inch since July. The department says the column in downtown Seattle has settled nearly an inch and a half since
Politics Northwest The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...In doing so, members on Monday swung their claws at Mayor Mike McGinn, who earlier this year proposed a property tax ballot measure to raise $241
Washington's Department of Transportation has awarded a contract to replace the southern mile of Seattle's aging Alaskan Way viaduct, with work to begin this summer. In a news release Thursday, the department says Skanska USA Civil of Riverside,
The South Park Bridge will close June 30, King County's director of transportation Harold Taniguchi confirmed to residents and business owners of the south Seattle neighborhood Tuesday night. "I'm confirming the South Park Bridge will close,"