Higher fees or new approaches needed to get more affordable housing: report
By NAT LEVY
Two consulting firms released reports yesterday that could play a big role in the debate over how the city gets developers to build more affordable housing.
Firms seek a license for $65B LNG project
By BECKY BOHRER
Preliminary engineering and design is under way for a mega-project that would export natural gas from Alaska for 30 years.
New Orleans first U.S. city to turn butts into boards
By STACEY PLAISANCE
New Orleans will be paid $4 for each pound of cigarette waste, which will be cleaned and used to make plastic lumber and shipping pallets.
Oregon landfill expanding system that turns Seattle trash to power
By GEORGE PLAVEN
City Attorney moving to Columbia Center
By JOURNAL STAFF
Seattle's law department, including the City Attorney's Office, will move to Columbia Center.
Microsoft puts a new focus on design
By RYAN NAKASHIMA
Designers today are woven into everything from early product development to marketing and they are being elevated into leadership roles.
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