With so much change in Seattle’s neighborhoods, people often ask “what can I do to save the place I love?” The answer is community advocacy! Eugenia Woo tells the tales of two recent examples of preservation efforts on Capitol Hill to show how you can fight to save places that matter and the challenges we face in those efforts.
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