This post was updated at 5:50 p.m. to include a comment from Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw. This is about as scandalous as a senior citizens coffee hour can get. Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw has agreed to pay a nominal $150 fine to settle an ethics violation related her involvement earlier this year in the campaign for…More
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The Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission Tuesday agreed with opponents of a proposed Seattle Parks District that the wording submitted for the city voter’s guide wasn’t adequate. The commission voted 5-0 to add language that gives the maximum property tax that can be levied and notes that a new parks district can levy taxes above the current…More
Seattle Public Utilities on Friday fired three employees and suspended a fourth for accessing their own or a family member’s utility account and adjusting their bills. The action comes as the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission in a parallel investigation found that five SPU employees had accessed accounts and adjusted bills or payment plans in violation of…More