Bertha’s upcoming dig under the Viaduct leads the news this morning.
Queen Anne and Magnolia News has an op-ed piece on the HALA recommendations.
Seattle Times covers the mistake that led to Scott Kubly’s ethics investigation.
The C is for Crank reports on Council member Lisa Herbold’s proposals for investing in affordable housing preservation.
NWCN looks at the Council’s technical modification to the All-Gender Restroom Ordinance.
The Stranger has an op-ed piece suggesting several things Seattle could do to address the gender pay gap.