Related Program: The Record 3 Priorities For Newly Elected Councilmember Lisa Herbold By Kate Walters & Bill Radke • Dec 14, 2015 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email Lisa Herbold at the former Linda Manor Apartments in West Seattle’s Gatewood neighborhood. KUOW Photo/Jason Pagano Listen Listening... / 4:23 Bill Radke talks to new Seattle City Councilmember Lisa Herbold, who represents West Seattle and South Park, about her top three priorities for Seattle. Tags: Seattle City CouncilhousingtransportationgovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content A Ballard Warehouse Dies So That Nordic Culture May Thrive By Joshua McNichols • Dec 15, 2015 KUOW Photo/Joshua McNichols Listen Listening... / 5:13 An old metal lathe thunders in the massive warehouse on Ballard’s main street. It sounds like freedom to Denny Jensen, one of those toiling in the maze of workshops there. “We’re so independent; we really like to be our own boss,” said Jensen, a metal fabricator. “That’s what this place gave me for 11 years.” These Justices Can't Get Washington State To Pay McCleary Fines By Carolyn Adolph • Dec 14, 2015 Washington Courts Listen Listening... / 1:53 Remember when the state Supreme Court fined the state $100,000 a day for failing to fund basic education? That was last summer, and the fines now add up to about $12 million. So far, Washington state hasn’t paid a dime. Last Summer, This Snohomish Farmer Wished For Rain By Bill Radke & Amina Al-Sadi • Dec 10, 2015 Courtesy of Micha Ide Listen Listening... / 9:36 Farmer Micha Ide had to canoe off her property for this interview – that’s how bad the flooding was. Ide was at her neighbor’s house when she spoke with KUOW’s Bill Radke. Her goats and sheep were there too, and would be until waters from the Snohomish River recede. Should Washingtonians Pay For Every Mile They Drive? By Kate Walters & Bill Radke • Dec 25, 2015 Flickr Photo/Oran Viriyincy (CC-BY-NC-ND)/http://bit.ly/1irsJLd Listen Listening... / 5:04 You drive from Seattle, over the Cascades, through Yakima, then down into eastern Oregon. And the government knows where you are all along the way. Privacy is just one concern with a proposal for a pay-by-mile system to fund roadwork, said Mark Hallenbeck, director of the Washington State Transportation Center at the University of Washington.