The process to replace a departing Seattle City Councilmember is underway, and the Council is considering new additions to Mayor Durkan’s library levy proposal. Seattle City Light wants an outside investigator to look into a major power pole collapse, and local leaders are joining forces to help get an accurate count in next year’s U.S. Census. Plus, a celebration of Earth Day, Japanese culture, and indigenous fashion, all here on Seattle News NOW!
Replacing Rob Johnson
Library Levy Decisions
Power Pole Investigation
Regional Census Fund
Cherry Blossom Festival
Indigenous Fashion Show
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