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CityStream: Seattle Special
6/14/2012 Neighborhoods are the heart of Seattle. Find out how the City is partnering with committed residents to better their beloved communities. Then, going green not only improves the environment, it also saves residents a little green. We`ll show you how the City is helping homeowners save energy. And we go inside a marathon mash-up of data and ideas when developers descend on City Hall for Startup Weekend Gov to create new mobile apps using government data. Join host Nicole Sanchez from the Ravenna-Eckstein Community Center for these stories and more in the season finale of CityStream.
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CityStream Splashback: Neighborhood Matching Fund From Ballard to Delridge and everywhere in between, Seattle`s colorful neighborhoods make up the heart and soul of our City. Learn how the City is helping to better our communities with the Neighborhood Matching Fund program.
CityStream Splashback: Tree Programs Find out how you can help keep Seattle`s tree canopy growing and why trees are going high tech. Producer Nicole Sanchez show us how tree ambassadors are making an impact in our community.
CityStream Pet of the Week: Ginger -- ADOPTED Ginger is a sweet and affectionate Calico. She found herself in need of a new place to live after her owner moved out of town. Ginger has been well-cared for the last eleven years and is a mild-mannered, sweet cat with lots of love left to give. She likes squeaky toys and scratching posts.
CityStream Splashback: Start Up Weekend What happens when techies team up with creative and have business-like backing? When it`s a Startup Weekend with the City of Seattle, government information gets easier to access. Megan Erb takes us through the 54 hour work weekend and shows us the results.
CityStream Splashback: Homewise The City`s Department of Housing is working to make low income housing more eco-friendly through the Homewise Program. Through improvement such as solar water heaters, the building will save energy and the residents will save some green. Producer Nicole Sanchez has the story.