Lots of City Council-related news this morning…
KING5 and the Seattle Times report on yesterday’s heated council briefing on the new customer information and billing system for Seattle City Light and Seattle Public Utilities that is late and significantly overbudget.
KUOW covers the City Council’s resolution passed yesterday to encourage unused prescription collection points throughout the city.
GovTech profiles Sam Assefa, nominee for head of the Office of Planning and Community Development who the City Council will need to confirm shortly.
Washington Post lays out the path through which the $15 minimum wage has gone from an extreme idea to a mainstream one — a path that runs through Seattle.
Seattle Times discusses a proposal to create a safe injection site in Seattle modeled after the successful one in Vancouver.
The Stranger reports on the public debate over the proposed Sound Transit 3 plan and suggested improvements, including those put forth vigorously by Council member Debora Juarez.