Agenda: OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE (ARTS); OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS (OCR); LAW DEPARTMENT (LAW); OFFICE OF HEARING EXAMINER (HXM); OFFICE OF IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE AFFAIRS (OIRA); OFFICE OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (OPCD); DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOODS (DON); SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES (SPU); SEATTLE CITY LIGHT (SCL); SEATTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT (SFD); OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL (OIG).
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OFFICE OF ARTS AND CULTURE (ARTS) – 5:00
OFFICE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS (OCR) – 11:03
LAW DEPARTMENT (LAW) – 20:16
OFFICE OF HEARING EXAMINER (HXM) – 23:52
OFFICE OF IMMIGRANT AND REFUGEE AFFAIRS (OIRA) – 25:32
OFFICE OF PLANNING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (OPCD) – 30:55
DEPARTMENT OF NEIGHBORHOODS (DON) – 51:37
SEATTLE PUBLIC UTILITIES (SPU) – 1:16:55
SEATTLE CITY LIGHT (SCL) – 1:33:44
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION AND EARLY LEARNING (DEEL) – 1:41:00
SEATTLE FIRE DEPARTMENT (SFD) – 2:21:41
OFFICE OF INSPECTOR GENERAL (OIG) – 2:25:33
A duck tour vehicle collided with a charter tour bus on the Aurora bridge in Seattle, killing at least two and injuring nine, according to the Seattle Fire Department.
An elevator shaft collapsed as crews were working at the site where a highway tunnel is being built under downtown Seattle. A Seattle Fire Department spokesman said four people were hurt Thursday afternoon. (Feb. 12)
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“I’d say perseverance is the biggest thing…for the most part, people try multiple times to get into the fire service before they’re actually hired. So if you really want to do it you’re going to have to try more than one time.” – Lt. Jon Goins of Seattle Fire Station 20
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Clip 2 of a SFD “Hazmat Reduced” response, near the UW campus.
Seattle Fire Department Reserve Engine 10, Ladder 1, Staff 10, and Aid 5 respond code red to a confirmed structure fire with other units
Units Due: Aid 5, Air 10, Battalion 2, Battalion 5, Deputy 1, Engine 10, Engine 25, Engine 30, Engine 5, Engine 6, Ladder 1, Ladder 10, Ladder 3, Medic 10, Medic 44, Marshal 5, Rehab 1, Safety 2, Staff 10