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Ask the Mayor
Ask the Mayor puts YOU on TV, along with Seattle's Mayor Ed Murray! Tune in every month for a chance to ask the Mayor about specific issues. Dial (206) 684-8821 during the show or email anytime before the show to: askthemayor@seattle.gov  More information about this show

There are 3 videos to watch.

Ask the Mayor: Fall 2014 10/22/2014
You asked and he answered. Mayor Ed Murray joined host Brian Callanan for the fall episode of Ask the Mayor. Murray responded to questions posed by a live audience and submitted online. Topics included municipal broadband, affordable housing, increased funding for the animal shelter, Seattle`s new Indigenous Peoples` Day, labor standards, waterfront development and more. The second half of the program focused on the mayor`s proposed 2015-2016 budget now before the City Council. The city`s budget director Ben Noble joined the mayor in fielding questions, which ranged from raising city employees` wages to adding police to the hopes of bringing an NBA team back to Seattle.
Ask the Mayor: Summer 2014 6/26/2014
Mayor Murray sits down with host Brian Callanan to discuss city issues such as transportation, minimum wage and City Light. Then Seattle`s new Police Chief Kathleen O`Toole joins the discussion during the second half of the show to talk about public safety, her priorities for the job and the Mayor`s Summer of Safety plan. Tune in for the lively discussion before a live audience at New Holly`s Gathering Hall in South Seattle.
Ask the Mayor: Spring 2014 3/25/2014
Approaching 100 days on the job, Mayor Ed Murray joins host Brian Callanan and a live audience to discuss a range of city issues including rideshare caps, the creation of a parks district, neighborhood crime, universal preschool and more. The second half of the show focused on raising the minimum wage. The co-chairs of the mayor`s Income Inequality Advisory Committee Howard Wright, Seattle Hospitality Group CEO, and David Rolf, president of SEIU Healthcare 775NW joined in the conversation.





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