The vote to recommend Larry Weis’s confirmation as CEO of Seattle City Light headlines the news this morning.
Seattle Weekly looks at how PAC money was spent in last year’s City Council elections.
MyNorthwest looks at the issue of RV’s parked in residential neighborhoods and whether they are connected to crime.
Q13 covers yesterday’s committee hearing that began the formal consideration of “secure scheduling” legislation.
Seattle Times has an editorial arguing that the city should scrap the Pronto bike-share system and use the money to buy bicycles for low-income residents and students instead.