June 6, 2019

Press Release: Cathy Tuttle calls for Seattle Climate Emergency Declaration

Fridays for Future and Washington Youth Climate Strike inspire District 4 City Council candidate For Immediate Release Thursday, June 6, 2019 Seattle, WA — After joining local students for several “Fridays for Future” climate strikes, Cathy Tuttle, candidate for City Council District 4, calls for Seattle to declare a climate emergency. As an active community member addressing environmental and climate …

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May 12, 2019

Cathy for Council: A Daughter’s Perspective

By Emma Notkin For Mother’s Day, for my mom My mom was setting up new bookshelves for my room, using her skills from her time as a carpenter in Pittsburgh. She showed me how to measure wood planks for shelving accurately, and how to install the brackets so my Bill Bryson and Regency romance collections wouldn’t slide off the shelves. …

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May 3, 2019

The Stranger: “Tuttle is action-oriented. “

“A Green, Affordable, and Urbanist Seattle Doesn’t Have to Be a Fantasy” by The Stranger “Tuttle is action-oriented. With a background on Seattle’s Planning Commission and in the Parks and Recreation Department, she knows the ins-and-outs of the system and, most importantly, how to get stuff—like the 40 parks and community centers she was project manager on—built.” Cathy was recently …

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March 10, 2019

Where is District 4?

District 4 includes many neighborhoods in Northeast Seattle. Our campaign made a map of some of the larger neighborhoods in District 4. According to the Department of Neighborhoods, District 4 includes Belvedere Terrace, Eastlake, Fremont (both 4 & 6), Hawthorne Hills, Inverness, Laurelhurst, Magnuson Park, Maple Leaf (both 4 & 5), Portage Bay, Ravenna Bryant, Roosevelt, Sand Point, University District, …

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