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9/17/2014
Mayor Ed Murray today proposed new, innovative and expanded services to support the success and integration of immigrants and refugees new to Seattle. The efforts, coordinated through the Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, will improve English language education and job training, encourage eligible permanent residents to pursue U.S. citizenship, and improve engagement of immigrants […]
9/16/2014
Mayor Murray today proposed legislation to the Seattle City Council that would establish a priority hire program for City public works construction projects of $5 million or more.
9/16/2014
Neighbors invited to Capitol Hill ‘Find It, Fix It’ Community Walk
Mayor Murray’s 'Find It, Fix It' Community Walk, focused on several crime hotspots, makes its way to Seattle’s Capitol Hill on Wednesday, Sept. 17
9/15/2014
Mayor proposes new Office of Labor Standards for education, enforcement on city wage and benefit rules
Seattle continues to capture the nation’s attention with its progressive policies on wages and benefits. Now Mayor Ed Murray is proposing an expanded proactive effort to educate workers and businesses on their rights and responsibilities under the law, as well as a centralized approach to investigate and enforce the City’s higher minimum wage, paid sick leave and other worker protections.
9/12/2014
Murray announces $3.3 million for new officers and $2.75 million for human services, including $1.5 million for more homelessness services
Mayor Murray announced that his 2015-16 budget to be formally proposed on Sept. 22 will make new investments in public safety and the safety net, and today provided detail for his plans to fund best practices both in the police department and in homelessness services.
9/2/2014
Mayor proposes Department of Education and Early Learning
As parents ready their kids for the first week of school, Mayor Ed Murray today unveiled his plan to reorganize of the city’s education and support programs into a new Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL), the first of several proposals the mayor will make in his first city budget.
 

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Mayor Murray discusses his Broadband Initiative
August 5, 2014
Mayor Murray discusses his Broadband Initiative


Mayor Murray media availability
July 30, 2014

Mayor Murray media availability - July 30 2014


Mayor Murray announced Cuc Vu as his choice to lead the City's Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA)

Mayor Murray announced Cuc Vu as his choice to lead the City`s Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs (OIRA)


Mayor Murray kicked off the first in a series of 'Find it, Fix it' Community Walks at 23rd and Jackson
July 2, 2014

Find It, Fix It Community Walk

 

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