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- Seattle neighborhoods in limbo
- Metro Transit cuts ahead as vote goes heavily against tax measure
- The Daily Troll: Ross Hunter rejects Senate run. Bellevue fires a cop. Dan Lewis leaving KOMO.
- Seattle parks plan: Why does City Council want to control it?
- The Daily Troll: Prepare to be surprised on 520 bridge. Bell Street: Call that a 'park'? Frye Museum as launching pad.
- Earth Day: Real environmentalists are conservative. And live where it's green
- The Daily Troll: Bertha's latest big dig delay. Metro Transit vote: Down to the wire. Habib seeks Eastside Senate spot.
- High stakes: Bertha contractor, state at odds over labor dispute costs
- Bell Street Park: A noble bust
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