What's at stake in today's Sound Transit vote
The proposals for Sound Transit’s promised light rail expansion are coming in fast ahead of today’s board vote.
Late yesterday, Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell offered a substitute motion that would include stations North and South of the Chinatown International District that would serve the CID and Pioneer Square.
Disruption is imminent with any expansion.
But for the people who live in the C-ID it’s more complicated.
Northwest Asian Weekly reporter, Mahlon Meyer is here to shed some light.
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