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April 14, 2011
Yesterday, the Seattle City Council's Committee on the Built Environment voted to allow taller buildings in Pioneer Square. This was one of the last issues to be tackled in the city's proposal to update land use and zoning rules for South Downtown.
After holding 17 committee meetings since last summer, the legislation now will go to the full council, which is scheduled to vote on the South Downtown legislation Monday.
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