News roundup: election aftermath

City council new coverage this morning includes the  continuing election aftermath punditry, plus reporting on outcomes of the 2016 budget and other Council actions this week.

The Seattle Times covers an admission by Council president Tim Burgess that his campaign misused his official Twitter account. Equities.com also covers it.

Ballard News-Tribune has a post-election interview with Catherine Weatbrook, who unsuccessfully ran against Mike O’Brien in District 6.

The Seattle Times also posted an analysis of the election results and how voters’ economic situation was a strong predictor of how they would vote.

GeekWire covers the Seattle Public Library’s expanding program to loan public wifi hotspots.

The Stranger reports on Council member O’Brien’s attendance at the Paris climate change summit this week.

MMJ Observer discusses the City Council’s proposed changes to marijuana zoning. Capitol Hill Seattle Blog also has coverage.

Capitol Hill Times reports on the new Interlocal Agreement joining local counties and cities to build affordable housing along transit corridors.

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