No big stories today, but plenty of City Council news nonetheless.
In the run-up to this afternoon’s discussion of the ailing Pronto bikeshare service, Crosscut has an article discussing the path forward for it. Capitol Hill Seattle Blog also discusses Pronto, as well as a new carshare service.
Seattle Globalist reports on Vulcan’s purchase of a large parcel of land along the 23rd Avenue construction project for a new housing development, amidst fears that the Central District construction project is driving gentrification of the neighborhood — and driving minority businesses out.
The Stranger reports on the ongoing confirmation process of Larry Weis as CEO of Seattle City Light, and two environmental groups’ opposition.