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103-year-old Myrtle Woldson, who owns a long-term parking lot between Seneca & Spring near the Seattle Waterfront, refuses to lease space to the city while it tries to make up for lost parking during the tunnel dig. So instead, the city council will attempt to condemn the property and take it over. Myrtle's Lot," which can hold up to 130 cars, is valued at $130M. The city would have to provide Woldson with "just compensation" if their plan goes through. [Seattle Times] Photo: Cameron Parkins