Teachers Union Votes, Recycling Rates, Unstoppable Storm
09/03/2010 at 12:00 p.m.
Teachers Say "Yes" To A New Contract, "No Confidence" To Goodloe–Johnson: The Seattle school teachers union ratified a new contract and voted "no confidence" in Superintendent Maria Goodloe–Johnson Thursday. KUOW's Phyllis Fletcher reports, and we find out what the school board makes of the votes.
Slouching Towards the Recycling Bin: Seattle inches upward in its goal to recycle 60 percent of its waste. Where's the city falling down? Why don't people recycle more?
The Unstoppable Storm: The Seattle Storm convincingly defeated the Phoenix Mercury in the first game of the WNBA's Western Conference finals. That victory makes the Storm the winningest professional sports team in Seattle history.
Steve Sundquist is a member of the Seattle School Board.
Jayda Evans covers college and pro women's basketball for The Seattle Times.
Chris Martin is president of CleanScapes. The company hauls residential and commercial trash in central and northeast Seattle.
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