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-We’ve been watching the additional ballot counts roll in each day since voting ended on Tuesday. The tunnel option has held steady at 70% no, but replacement-a-duct has lost ground day by day … on election night, it was at 55% no; tonight, .
-Speaking of the viaduct, we know a bit more about for the big inspection. At least it won’t be out of commission the entire weekend.
吉林快三大小群The first, and apparently only, count of the night for the viaduct vote :
吉林快三大小群Tunnel – 70% no.
吉林快三大小群Replacement-a-duct – 55% no.
More ballots to be (and beyond).
-Two days short of the , we’ll see whether choose to stab the tunnel or the replacement-a-duct out of their respective miseries … or both … or neither … or what …
-Or what, indeed? Tomorrow night, you can . Not that you’ll be guaranteed an actual answer; so far this week, he’s .
-Haven’t voted yet, but still intend to? P-I offers of info-links.
吉林快三大小群-That public viaduct tour later this month, during the twice-yearly inspection closure, is already sold out, . No worries; the lame-duck-a-duct.
-Second-to-last day to drop off your ballot (if you’re mailing it, it has to be postmarked no later than tomorrow). , 7 am-8 pm today and tomorrow. (ALMOST as satisfying as non-mail voting.)
吉林快三大小群-The P-I drops by Diva to
-Also from the P-I — a of what the v-vote debate truly means.
吉林快三大小群-Another voice for no/no: .
-Warning — The viaduct closes March 24-25 for its twice-yearly inspection. But you can during the shutdown!
-No ballot dropoff today; just tomorrow and Tuesday, 7 am-8 pm, .
-Times editorial: .
吉林快三大小群-Small online vote with seven options: .
吉林快三大小群-If seven options aren’t enough, ?
-A non-local blog calling itself Designing Public Consensus .
-Another at High Point CC, 11 am-3 pm only. Looks like 100K of our citymates ; so much for the idea.
-Uh-oh, start tracking your 吉林快三大小群’s value on to see if it really does because of the whateverduct dithering. (And if it does, has no sympathy.)
吉林快三大小群-Thinking of supporting the replacement-a-duct? Take a close look at first.
-Who knows what we’ll really eventually wind up with? Could even be the .
-USA Today to the rest of America by describing it as “a landmark visible in the opening credits of … ‘Grey’s Anatomy’.”
-The P-I on the vote’s pointlessness, says , and finally issues : same as ours.
-The Times post-viaduct land values, notes without a consensus, hauls out a , and gives the pro-retrofit side .
-Once again today, you can @ High Point CC, 7 am-8 pm. (Same hours Monday & Tuesday, but it’s 11 am-3 pm Saturday, and no dropoff Sunday.)
吉林快三大小群One of the many reasons not to like voting by mail: You gotta lick two envelopes. Even if you’re just , as we did this morning @ . (Helpful signs out front and inside will point you directly to where a tableful of vigilant folks is guarding the ballot-collection box. ALMOST like voting in person.) Anyway, be sure to put your ballot in the “security envelope”; then sign and date the right spot on the OUTER envelope, before sealing the once-enveloped ballot inside. Here’s how we both voted:
-Today’s to drop off your ballot in West Seattle (High Point Community Center).
– on the whole mess is almost funny.
– the viaduct’s twisted history.
-Is Councilprez Nick really just mad at Hizzoner over viaduct-vs-tunnel, or is really worth getting wadded up about?
-If you want to take a good close-up look at the viaduct before the voting deadline, .
吉林快三大小群–: Yes on replacement-a-duct.
吉林快三大小群– we should just be happy we GET TO vote!
-What life during construction.
-No Tunnel Alliance for Election Eve.
–, dubbing Hizzoner “Gridlock Greg.”
-As for Hizzoner himself, he’s , not the t-word.
–, even before the votes are counted, it’s time to revisit The Third Option.
吉林快三大小群–, lame-duck Councilmember Peter S says no/no will “send (politicians) a message” — but then in the next breath says he’ll ignore the vote results if they turn out “yes elevated.”
-The Muni League says voting no/no isn’t enough — .
-Dylan says, .
– to a yes tunnel/no elevated vote.
吉林快三大小群-The viaduct’s just , period.
吉林快三大小群-What life would really be like .
-A rebuild would spend $50K on behalf of each of us, . (Can we just take the $ instead?)
-Times columnist Danny Westneat takes a walk under the viaduct with a guy identified as a West Seattle writer (we’re guessing , though there’s no geo info on that site) and .
吉林快三大小群-Missed this one in the Saturday Times: Tunneling would .
-And it’s a Times trifecta in this PATP update: for tomorrow’s online session with lame-duck councilmember Peter S, following last week’s appearances by and .
-Even a “new” viaduct would include a section of repaired/retrofitted viaduct,
-A fan of a seldom-discussed option, a bridge over Elliott Bay, .
吉林快三大小群-Pro-viaduct commercial, .
-Anti-viaduct commercial, .
-Near the end of , West Seattle’s Most Famous thinks 100,000 people live in WS.
吉林快三大小群-Two more cases for “no/hell no” — and .
– for “repair & prepare,” aka “retrofit” and … (You know, we just keep yearning to rhyme “retrofit” with “acquit,” a la Johnnie Cochran.)
-Shockingly, hasn’t posted ANYTHING on the VV so far today.
-City Council member Peter Steinbrueck when his term expires this fall, to focus on The Third Option.
-His current council colleague Nick Licata, who’s pro-rebuild, answers questions on the Seattle Times website from noon-1 pm today. . (If you missed it, of Hizzoner’s lunchtime online Q-n-A from yesterday. Even just the photo of him at the keyboard is worth the click.)
-No surprise, this ballot of too many options, yet too few, (Can’t say we didn’t warn ’em.)
Just spotted along the westbound Fauntleroy Way end of The Bridge — huge banners with a sequential message (a la the “Burma Shave” roadside signs way back when) — REPLACE IT?/NO … FIX IT! (We feel a growing sense of kinship in our pro-retrofit-ness.)