Plans taken from the project portal on the DPD website.
Developers grab building opportunities when the “time” is ripe. Plans from the DPD website reveal the historic boundary line between Parcel A and B, where the two proposals are divided.

Boundaries have no 'time' when it comes to density development

Neighbors demand to have a voice in 7,777 square foot project proposal

Some neighbors in Seattle think it’s just a “matter of time” before their neighborhoods change from the widespread density development. That’s just the case for a group of neighbors in Ballard. They never thought that a housing application on their block would literally be determined by an element of time, or rather a historic boundary line.

The Department of Planning and Development is in the process of reviewing a housing proposal at 819 NW 70th St. that hinges on parcel boundaries made before the 1950’s.

A boundary line adjustment is required for the project. With the DPD’s approval, a developer with Blueprint – a company that provides funding for builders in Seattle and financed 32 percent of the new homes in Seattle priced between $400,000 and $1 million in 2011 – will build a six unit work/live structure on two different lots.

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Ballard performer to donate music sales to breast cancer organization

Ballard singer and songwriter, Kristin Chambers, will be performing her title track "Everything Woman" on King 5 TV's NewDay Northwest, Wednesday Oct. 22, kicking off a week of donating all music download sales from to the Susan G. Komen Organization.

Kristin's Mother in law is a 21 year survivor and two of her close friends have just come out of treatment cancer free. Kristin would like to continue to help researchers make sure everyone can join them in the survivors circle.

“Everything Woman” is a new compilation of original songs that captures Kristin's poetic, heartfelt lyrics and her authentic folk-pop melodies as never before. Produced by Eric Eagle(Jesse Sykes)of Seattle's Skoor Sound, "Everything Woman" comes to life with the all-star musical artistry of Keith Lowe(Fiona Apple), Jeff Feilder(Amy Ray), Michael Stegner, Steve Moore(Sufjan Stevens), Al Keith and the arranging brilliance of Hans Teuber.

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Governor Jay Inslee Joins Washington’s Life Science Industry to Celebrate 25 Years of Life Changing Innovation

Today, the Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association (WBBA) is recognizing its 25th year as an organization at the Governor’s Life Sciences Summit & Annual Meeting. During the event, Governor Jay Inslee will address the life science community and discuss the critical role the industry plays in driving the state’s economy and making Washington a global leader in life science innovation and health care delivery.

Governor Inslee recently noted, “Washington state has a rich history of breakthrough research and development in life saving technologies. As we look towards building a stronger culture of innovation and entrepreneurship, we must leverage our history and compete at a higher level to retain this industry. With the help of the WBBA, we’re committed to keeping Washington a global leader in biotechnology.”

The WBBA, originally named the Washington Biotechnology Association, was formed in 1989. During the past 25 years, Washington state has seen tremendous achievement and innovation in the life sciences, including:

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