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The Seattle Channel covers many of the Mayor's event and press conferences. To find out what the Mayor's been up to recently check out the videos below.

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Mayor`s Arts Awards 2014 4/15/2014
Nominations for the Mayor`s Arts Awards are being accepted until May 15.

Press Conference: Financial Empowerment Center 4/14/2014
Mayor Ed Murray joins City Council Member Sally Clark and representatives from the Neighborhood House to welcome the Financial Empowerment Centers, expected to result in over $2.3 million in financial benefits for low-income residents in the first three years of operation.

Mayor`s Press Conference: Equity in city contracting 4/8/2014
A healthy and diverse business sector is essential to Seattle`s economic vitality and this executive order makes clear my commitment to creating a more welcoming environment for businesses small and large seeking work with the city, said Murray. Mayor Murray is joined by Councilmembers Bruce Harrell, Jean Godden and City of Seattle department heads as he signs an executive order strengthening the city`s ongoing commitment to social equity in city contracting opportunities.

2014 Neighborhood Summit: Closing Remarks 4/5/2014
Closing remarks by Mayor Ed Murray.

2014 Neighborhood Summit: Welcome from Mayor Murray 4/5/2014
Welcome and opening remarks by Mayor Ed Murray.

How We Communicate 4/5/2014
A demonstration of Consider.It, a social technology that lets hundreds of people deliberate an issue together online. Travis Kriplean presents at this session from the 2014 Neighborhood Summit.

How We Engage: Seattle Civic Health Index Report 4/5/2014
What does Seattle do well and where we can improve? This presentation touches upon trust, technology, and enfranchising communities. Diane Douglas, Executive Director of CityClub, moderates this session from the 2014 Neighborhood Summit.

How We Organize: Resolution #27709 4/5/2014
In 1987, the city passed Resolution 27709 creating what we now know as the City Neighborhood Council and the District Council system. The District Council system is 27 years old. Learn the intent behind the resolution. Jim Street, Former Seattle City Councilmember, moderates this session from the 2014 Neighborhood Summit.

Meet some of the Neighborhood Summit attendees 4/5/2014
We asked participants of Mayor Murray`s 2014 Neighborhood Summit what brought them to the event, what they got out of it, and what we can do better next time.

The Search for a New Transportation Director 4/5/2014
The City of Seattle is conducting a national search to find an experienced, well-respected, and accountable executive to effectively lead the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT). Tune into the conversation about the qualities your neighbors would like to see in an SDOT Director. Susan Coskey, Director of Personnel at the City of Seattle, facilitates this session from the 2014 Neighborhood Summit.

Mayor`s Media Availability: RSJI Expansion 4/3/2014
Mayor Murray affirms the City`s commitment to the Race and Social Justice Initiative and present an executive order to expand the scope and reach of the City`s commitment to achieve racial equity

Mayor and Councilmembers to respond to Gender Equity Task Force Action Plan 4/2/2014
Mayor Ed Murray joined with Councilmembers Jean Godden, Sally Bagshaw, Mike O`Brien and Kshama Sawant and members of the Gender Equity Task Force and Seattle Women`s Commission to provide an update on the City`s work to achieve wage equity at City Hall, following up on recommendations from the Gender Equity Task Force.

Mayor`s Media Availability: Only in Seattle 4/1/2014
Mayor Ed Murray joins neighborhood business district leaders and local business owners at in Seattle`s Ballard business district to announce a $2 million investment in 18 neighborhood business districts as part of the Only in Seattle Initiative.

Mayor`s Press Conference: Neighborhood Summit 4/1/2014
Mayor Ed Murray holds a press conference to discuss the 2014 Neighborhood Summit.

Income Inequality Symposium: Addressing the Problem Through Minimum Wage 3/27/2014
Mid-afternoon discussion at the Income Inequality Symposium - Addressing the Problem Through Minimum Wage with Michael Reich and Ken Jacobs.

Income Inequality Symposium: Investing in Workers 3/27/2014
The late-afternoon discussion of the Income Inequality Symposium, Addressing the Problem Through Investing in Workers: Trade-off and understandings around minimum wage.

Income Inequality Symposium: Other Cities 3/27/2014
A break out panel of the Income Inequality Symposium, How have other cities addressed income inequality? Views from policy experts and elected officials from cities across the U.S.

Income Inequality Symposium: Welcome and Keynote 3/27/2014
The Income Inequality Symposium kicks off with a welcome from Michele Murray, Mayor Ed Murray, Howard Wright, David Rolf and John Avalos and Keynote Speaker Nick Hanauer.

Income Inequality Symposium: What is a Seattle Living Wage 3/27/2014
Mayor Ed Murray, Seattle University & Local Progress present a one-day conference addressing income inequality, focusing on what is a "living wage" in Seattle.

Income Inequality Symposium: What is Income Inequality? 3/27/2014
Mayor Ed Murray, Seattle University & Local Progress take a look at Seattle`s low wage workers at a conference addressing income inequality and the role of the minimum wage in Seattle.

Mayor`s Press Conference: Immigrant Services 3/26/2014
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray and Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs Director Aaliyah Gupta held a press conference to announce an action plan for expanding immigrant and refugee services.

Ask the Mayor: March 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.

Mayor`s Press Conference: KOMO helicopter crash 3/18/2014
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray held a press conference addressig the city of Seattle`s efforts handling the KOMO news helicopter crash.

Mayor`s Media Availability: Funding Plan to Maintain Parks and Community 3/13/2014
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray held a press conference to discuss his recommendations for a park funding ballot measure.

Press Event: Seattle Animal Shelter 3/13/2014
Mayor Murray and Councilmember Jean Godden join others in a "leash cutting" at the Seattle Animal Shelter to celebrate the completion of a major renovation of the Shelter`s dog kennel area.

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