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Why We Need a Big Ugly Gray Thing In One of Seattle's Prettiest Places

by Jen Graves Every city deserves a a zone free from prescribed purpose, unmonitored by authority, ready for everything. And we have earned ours. We often fail to memorialize the right things. A glaring omission from the landscape of our region, for instance, is a memorial to the women who were targeted and killed by Gary Ridgway. And now we have a chance to remember something else that's important: the moment when the people rose up and killed the freeway that would have blazed through the Central District.
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