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SouthendSeattle: Latest post Controversial Bike Trail Slated for Cheasty
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By Sam Hylas UW NewsLab
A mountain bike trail will soon be running through Beacon Hill’s Cheasty Greenspace, though neighborhood residents have voiced concerns about preserving local wildlife and ensuring the space remains accessible to all. The proposal was first conceived about four years ago by Joel DeJong, a Beacon Hill resident of 10 years and mountain-biking advocate who has been involved in organizing work parties to clean up overgrown invasive species in the woodland.

In 2012, DeJong brought his trail proposal to Glenn Glover, executive director of the Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainable mountain biking throughout Washington. A grant application they submitted was denied because of a Seattle Parks rule that prohibited mountain biking, established in 1995 after mountain bikers damaged a different park.

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Community Capital Boosts New RB Biz

11.30.14
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By Kiyomi Taguchi

It’s three-thirty on a blustery Friday afternoon, and the tables at Lottie’s...


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Mt. Baker Lofts: Worth the Wait

10.12.14
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By Taylor Winkel UW Newslab

Craig Cundiff considers himself lucky.


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No “Hungry” or “Homeless” – Just Us

11.11.14
by Sam

I recently had a wonderful conversation with one of our guests waiting in line at the Rainier Valley Food Bank...


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Big Chickie Brings Peruvian Chicken to Hillman City

10.11.14
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By Zack Semke

The last few years have brought exciting new development to Hillman City, which has struggled to attract...


 
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It’s All About Family at Nate’s

10.17.14
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By Diane Han UW Newslab

Chicken runs deep in NBA Star Nate Robinson’s family. Nate is so passionate about poultry...


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Bikeworks is Back at SV Fastpitch

10.04.14
by Julie Pham

Bike Works has made it back to the annual SVP...


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Youth in Focus Classes Empower Teens – Sign Up by 2/28

02.20.14
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Submitted by Jacob Smithers

Like the majority of the youth that attend Youth in Focus classes, Hannah, a 15-year-old at Renton...


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Morning Sickness Cures for Any Time of Day

02.02.14
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Submitted by Alan Lloyd

As a health care provider in South Seattle, I see women who are pregnant coming in for nausea...


 
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Non-Profit Gym Membership Bounds in New Space

02.22.14
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Submitted By Emily Williamson

About a decade ago, Sili Kalepo noticed that fitness centers were sparse in South Seattle...


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Pregnancy and Musculoskeletal Conditions

11.11.13
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Submitted By Alan LLoyd

As a health care provider in Rainier Valley, I see women who are pregnant in the 3rd trimester,...


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The Designer’s Sidewalk Garden

06.27.14
by Jackie

My routine jog winds along a predictable path through the neighborhood. Over the last few years, I’ve enjoyed witnessing the transformation...


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Native That Announces Spring – and Lights Up the Forest Floor

03.24.14
by Jackie

I love this time of year. The slow shift to spring brings botanical wonders that can be slowly savored – the native...


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Earthship “Trash Studio” Rises in Columbia City

11.13.14
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By Sam Hylas UW Newslab

Earthship Seattle is raising awareness for eco-friendly construction by building a radically...


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SDOT Calls Safety Meeting For Rainier Ave S

11.10.14
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The Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT) invites you to help improve safety along Rainier Avenue South. Responding to concerns raised...


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ElderFriends Accepting Thanksgiving Day Visit Referrals

11.10.14
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On Thanksgiving day ElderFriends volunteers will visit with...


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Rainier Beach Tree Walk 11/15

11.10.14
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The Rainier Beach Tree Walk is coming up THIS SATURDAY (Nov 15)! We will meet at Dunlap YMCA (4525 S Cloverdale) at 10am for a mile long walk...


 
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