I mean, who wouldn’t want this park? HK
On Wednesday, the Seattle City Council heard a presentation on swapping land ownership of City Hall Park to the county in exchange for 13 county-owned properties, many of them small pieces of land next to city parks.
Last summer, City Hall Park, once home to an estimated over 70 people experiencing homelessness, became the center of controversy after several incidents of violent crime that parts of the public blamed on the encampment. Following pressure from the local broadcast networks, electeds like King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn, and a protest organized by county employees, the city and county contracted JustCare, its homeless outreach
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