Seattle Post-Intelligencer

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11:00 am
Mon March 5, 2012

Deal expected to preserve Seattle P-I globe

The Seattle Post-Intelligencer globe where it currently sits at 101 Elliott Avenue West.
The Associated Press

An agreement among Hearst Corp., the city of Seattle and the Museum of History and Industry is expected to preserve the Seattle P-I globe, an icon of the city for more than 60 years.

The fate of the 18-ton, neon-lit orb has been uncertain since the Hearst-owned Seattle Post-Intelligencer ceased printing and became seattlepi.com in 2009. The website reports that three city council members who are all former reporters — Jean Godden, Tim Burgess and Sally Clark — are expected to announce an agreement to preserve the globe on Wednesday.

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