News roundup: potpourri

A little bit of everything this morning.

KUOW, Seattle Met, and Maple Leaf Life report on the ongoing debate over the future of the Pronto bikeshare system.

Seattle Weekly reports that Reuven Carlyle is backtracking on his original proposal to build a razor-wire fence around The Jungle.

Peninsula Daily News covers Seattle’s approach to the homelessness crisis.

SB Nation reports on the scheduled March 15th Council committee meeting on the request to vacate two blocks of Occidental Avenue in order to build the SODO Arena.

Kshama Sawant published an opinion piece on Huffington Post where, in a surprise to absolutely no one, all but explicitly endorses Bernie Sanders in the context of explaining why the choose between Sanders and Hillary Clinton is leaving many people torn.

Seattle Times published an op-ed piece by Dave Gering, Executive Director of the Manufacturing Industrial Council of Seattle  arguing that Larry Weis should be confirmed as CEO of Seattle City Light.

Erica C. Barnett, in the most recent chapter of her ongoing saga with Nextdoor, describes what it was like when members of the Nextdoor community met “in the flesh” with Council member O’Brien and the SPD North precinct captain.

Seattle Times reports that Uber is calling down its Seattle drivers to make the case that that unionization is not in their best interests.