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The Reader – Reviewing summer public safety plans

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WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2012

Reviewing summer public safety plans
Mayor McGinn is visiting each precinct in Seattle to tour neighborhood hot spots and talk with precinct commanders about what they’re doing to prepare for the summer months. Read about our visit South Precinct to talk with Captain Mike Nolan about his plans to combat violent crime and help residents feel safer in their neighborhoods. He gave us an update on how utilizing their mobile precinct has helped deter crime in hot spot areas.

Stay tuned on our blog for more on the state of public safety in your neighborhood.


Launching the 2012 Only in Seattle campaign
In a continued effort to encourage discovery and exploration of new neighborhoods and businesses in Seattle, Mayor McGinn announced both the addition of three new neighborhoods to be featured in the 2012 Only in Seattle Campaign, and the launch of Only in Seattle Sundays – a special once-a-month neighborhood discount day.

“The locally-owned small businesses featured in Only in Seattle are great for visitors and locals alike,” said Mayor McGinn. “Our diverse neighborhoods are economically and culturally strong in large part due to these thriving small, independent businesses. Only in Seattle is about more than supporting our local economy, it’s about celebrating what makes Seattle special.”


An update from the winners of Startup Weekend GOV
The winners of our recent Startup Weekend joined us this week for a briefing on their proposals to build free public apps using government data. Read more about their ideas to help Seattleites connect to transit and public art on our blog.


Ask the Mayor live on Seattle Channel, Wednesday, July 25, 7 p.m.
What’s your question for the mayor? Mayor McGinn joins host Brian Callanan for Ask the Mayor on Seattle Channel, Cable 21. Here are the ways you can get in on the conversation:


Upcoming Events (for more see http://seattle.gov/mayor/Engage/access.htm):

July 18, 7:00 p.m. – Woodland Park Play Area Renovation Public Meeting, Phinney Neighborhood Association (6532 Phinney Ave N)

July 22, 4:30 p.m. – Party in Greenwood Park, Greenwood Park, (602 N 87 St, Seattle, WA 98103)

July 25, 7:00 p.m. – Ask the Mayor on Seattle Channel

July 28, 11:00 a.m. – Rainier Beach Urban Farm & Wetlands Community Design Meeting, Rainier Beach Urban Farm
(5513 S Cloverdale St)


What we’re reading:
Government by Crowdsourcing: SDOT’s Blog

Children Don’t Belong on the Backpage

Does Arena Deal Attempt a Head Fake on SEPA?

Coal foes warn of Northwest rail traffic spike


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