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City Attorney moving to Columbia Center

By JOURNAL STAFF

Seattle's law department, including the City Attorney's Office, will move to Columbia Center.

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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.


Kauri uses special wall panels to build Hyatt on a tight spot

By BENJAMIN MINNICK

A tight site near the elevated monorail track led Kauri Investments to try a new system of panelized walls to build the Hyatt House at Fifth Avenue and Broad Street.


Lessons from Atlantic City's casino crash

By WAYNE PARRY

A gaming expert from the University of Nevada Las Vegas said casinos around the country could find themselves in a similar situation — and soon.


Yellowstone ranch comments extended

The National Park Service is accepting more public comment on proposed infrastructure improvements at the historic Lamar Buffalo Ranch in Yellowstone National Park.


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