Seattle City Councilmember Bruce Harrell

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Archive for August, 2010

Aug 08 2010

LED streetlights installed in Belltown and Central District neighborhoods

Joint Press Release issued (8/05/2010):

Pilot Project to test LED effectiveness on arterials

Seattle – Councilmember Bruce Harrell today announced the next steps of Seattle’s transition to Light Emitting Diode (LED) streetlights with installations completed on arterials in Belltown and the Central District. LED streetlights last three times longer than the currently used high pressure sodium lights and use approximately 40 percent less energy. These are the first arterials in the city to be tested for LEDs and will provide the information necessary to move forward with future arterial installation.

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Aug 02 2010

Community technology projects receive $300,000 in grants

Joint Press Release issued today (8/02/2010) by the Mayor & Seattle City Council

Technology grants promote access, job skills, education, and civic engagement

SEATTLE – Mayor Mike McGinn and the City Council announced today that 24 Seattle community organizations will receive a total of $300,000 in Technology Matching Fund grants. This money will enable services for more than 15,000 residents throughout the city, build technology skills for employment and healthcare using ESL software to teach English to new residents, as well as teach social media and online civic engagement skills. The grant funds will also increase access for people with disabilities and also provide youth with positive alternatives to violence by teaching new media journalism skills and providing after-school homework help.

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