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    Environment Reporter, 2011 - present
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    Business & Labor Reporter, 1999 - 2011
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KPLU's Environment Reporter
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Bellamy Pailthorp joined the staff of KPLU as a general assignment reporter in 1999 and covered the business and labor beat for more than a decade. She now covers the environment beat. She was raised in Seattle, but spent 8 years in Berlin, Germany freelancing for NPR and working as a producer for Deutsche Welle TV after receiving a Fulbright scholarship in 1989. She holds a Bachelors degree in German language and literature from Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT and a Masters in journalism from New York's Columbia University, where she completed the Knight-Bagehot fellowship in business reporting in 2006.
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west seattle water taxi | KPLU News for Seattle and the Northwest
kplu.org - written by Bellamy Pailthorp

Jump to Navigation. Support this station KPLU 88.5 NPR News and All that Jazz · Listen Live; On Air Now; Playlist & Schedule · Podcasts · Calendar ...

Expect Seattle's own 'Carmageddon' during 9-day viaduct closure | KPLU N...
kplu.org - written by Bellamy Pailthorp

It’ll be the longest full closure of a Seattle area highway the region’s ever dealt with. In less than two weeks, demolition begins on the south end of the