April 2072

  • Rash of Kidnappings

    In the past few months there has been a rash of kidnappings of women. These kidnappings seem to have no common connection. Women are urged not to travel alone if at all possible. If you have any knowledge of the whereabouts of any of these missing women please call your local Knight Errant Precinct Office or leave a message at
  • Closure of All Seattle Public Libraries from June 30-July 6

    All 27 locations and 30 virtual locations of The Seattle Public Library system will shut down from Monday Aug. 30 to Sunday, Sept. 5 due to citywide budget cuts, as well as all data hosts and archive servers. Regular Library operations will resume Tuesday, July 7. The Library’s downloadable e-books, audiobooks, music, movies, sims, as well as all data hosts and archive servers will be down during the closure for maintainance. Com-casts and podcasts will be accessible.
  • Seattle City Mayor McGinn announces Seattle Jobs Plan

    The Seattle Jobs Plan consists of a framework of new and existing policies, programs, engagement strategies, and investments that, together, will help create quality jobs, protect the environment, and ensure that taxpayers get true value from the city of Seattle’s public investments.
  • Seeking Submissions for Ash Clean-Up Initiative

    As the Seattle City Council moves forward towards defining and implementing more aggressive programs for ongoing ash clean-up for Seattle, to start that visioning process, they are asking for ideas for the name and logo that will represent this initiative. Submissions are due by June 14.
  • City Reworks Central Waterfront Design Field to Four Teams

    Moving forward on rebuilding the devastated Seattle’s waterfront left in the wake of the gang wars. The Metroplex of Seattle today announced the shortlist of finalists for the role of lead designer. The next step in the selection process will be public presentations from the four teams on September 15 at Benaroya Hall’s S. Mark Taper Foundation Auditorium from 7:00 – 10:00 pm, to explain their skills, experience and approach to the project.
  • New Members Sought for Seattle’s Technology Board

    Are you interested in helping shape city technology, city government telecommunications policies and city magic use? The Governor and the City Council are seeking candidates for the Citizens’ Telecommunications, Technology, and Magic Advansment Advisory Board (CTTMAAB) for terms beginning in January, 2073.


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