News roundup

Another day of “a little bit of everything.”

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that the real winner in the District 3 election was the CareerBridge program.

Queen Anne & Magnolia News covers the news that the ducks have returned to the streets of Seattle on a different route and with a new set of regulations — and that Mayor Murray will ask the City Council to officially make those restrictions a city ordinance.

Q13 reports that the sinkhole that showed up near Bertha’s tunneling route has Council member Mike O’Brien very concerned.

The Stranger reports that in the aftermath of last week’s “Magnolia meeting”  the Mayor is poised to announce the creation of parking lots for homeless people living out of RVs and campers.  Council member Sally Bagshaw has been driving the effort behind the scenes.

City Living Seattle has an op-ed arguing against Council member O’Brien’s efforts to increase the number of “backyard cottages.”