Creating a sustainable future with shared prosperity for all
For us to succeed, government must shift from managing growth to being a proactive partner fighting for new jobs, shared prosperity and sustainable economic development. We all need to work hard to build on our strengths. We can't be afraid to stand up to the status quo and tackle our weaknesses head-on. We have to be willing to do things differently - to take real risks and explore new ideas.
This is what it means to take the harder path. It isn't easy, but it is what it will take for us to exert meaningful control over our future and build a solid foundation for coming generations. It's what it will take to improve our schools so that all of our kids are prepared to step up. It's what it will take to make sure our limited resources are invested strategically to build the next generation infrastructure.
Inekon-Pacifica announced as the winning bidder to build six First Hill Streetcar vehicles
300 new jobs coming to Seattle.
We have to build on our strengths to help Seattle compete in the global economy.