Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance Program

The Emergency Assistance program helps families, single adults, seniors, and people with disabilities with a variety of emergency and basic needs. Services include: Rental Assistance and Eviction Prevention Move-in Assistance Utility Assistance and Shut-off Prevention Information & Resource Referral Short-term Case Management Emergency Motel Vouchers (families with children under 18 only) Food Bags and CardsContinue reading “Catholic Community Services Emergency Assistance Program”

Youth Opportunity Summit

Youth Opportunity Summit March 16, 2015 by Office of Mayor Murray Youth Opportunity Summit Mayor Murray is convening an all-day Youth Opportunity Summit, with a particular focus on improving outcomes for young men of color. This Summit is intended to launch a new conversation about how we can build on the good work of ourContinue reading “Youth Opportunity Summit”

Mayor Murray signs executive order strengthening equity in city contracting

April 8, 2014 Mayor Murray signs the WMBE Executive Order Mayor Ed Murray today signed an executive order strengthening the city’s ongoing commitment to social equity in city contracting opportunities. The order requires departments promptly pay invoices, support businesses by providing technical assistance, and increase accountability and coordination to ensure fair and equitable treatment amongContinue reading “Mayor Murray signs executive order strengthening equity in city contracting”

MEET EAST PRECINCT CAPTAIN PIERRE DAVIS

Pierre Davis Captain Pierre Davis has over 29 years of service in the Seattle Police Department. Davis has worked as a patrol officer, detective, first line supervisor and mid level manager in the West, South, Southwest and East Precincts, Narcotics, Gang Unit, Felony Fugitive Unit, Office of Professional Accountability, and Traffic Enforcement Unit. Most recentlyContinue reading “MEET EAST PRECINCT CAPTAIN PIERRE DAVIS”

ONLY ON KIRO 7: Socialist councilwoman Kshama Sawant details $15 minimum wage plan

Seattle’s new Socialist council member details her new plans to ramp up the pressure for a $15 an hour minimum wage– so workers won’t have to compromise. Kshama Sawant had her first meeting today as a member of the mayor’s advisory committee on a higher minimum wage. She says it’s too early to tell howContinue reading “ONLY ON KIRO 7: Socialist councilwoman Kshama Sawant details $15 minimum wage plan”

Seattle’s candidates for mayor make First Hill stop to talk arts, culture

Seattle’s candidates for mayor make First Hill stop to talk arts, culture Posted on June 2, 2013 – 6:05 am by jseattle Screen Shot 2013-06-01 at 4.12.45 PM Monday night, the 2013 Seattle mayor’s race turns its attention to the arts with a forum at First Hill’s Town Hall Seattle. CHS’s most recent Election 2013Continue reading “Seattle’s candidates for mayor make First Hill stop to talk arts, culture”