Seattle can retain those businesses and prosper into the future "by having traffic mobility that allows them to move efficiently throughout the city," he said in September on KUOW.
In Yesler Terrace (across the freeway from downtown on First Hill), the Seattle Housing Authority is considering mixed-income housing up to 24 stories. Rosencrantz calls that "pretty darn high," while O'Brien says, "We have to do that."
And while Rosencrantz has served on the board of the Interfaith Task Force on Homelessness, his views on panhandling are severe.
None of this is to say that Rosencrantz's is gong to get my vote, but this article is poorly reasoned and researched.
...and that treats its citizens (not just its businesspeople) humanely.
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