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Will Seattle at last take action on buildings that can kill when earthquakes hit? A new push is afoot

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This post was originally published on The Seattle Times - All Seattle News


Public officials for decades have promised to deal with the old brick buildings in Seattle that could crumble with deadly consequences when a major earthquake hits — and have produced nothing but paper plans. Now some advocates hope a new attempt could at last lead to action. A state bill that could help building owners […]

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