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Many of the more than one million cyclists a year who travel over the Fremont bridge on their way to Seattle must navigate a busy corridor through Seattle’s Westlake neighborhood. While bicycle commuters eagerly welcome the beginning of construction on new bike lanes in the area, others in the neighborhood believe the city’s project will actually lead to greater dangers for cyclists, pedestrians and drivers.
Congressman Jim McDermott has decided not to run for reelection. He is 79 years old and first ran for congress in 1988. He says he has no regrets about his time in office.
Two six year old girls from Issaquah placed in an international tech competition. Natalie Hollander and Ally Rosenstein came in 9th place overall and first in Washington. The completion is for 6-10 year olds. Their dads are engineers with Microsoft and Boeing but they say the girls did the work. It must be in the genes.