News roundup: more arena fallout

Fallout from the Council’s SODO Arena vote continues in the news this morning. Plus a few other tidbits.

The Stranger, Q13, Seattle Times,  MyNorthwest, Puget Sound Business Journal, and the Seattle PI all report on the ongoing reaction to the Council’s vote to deny a street vacation for the proposed SODO Arena — including a string of hateful, misogynistic remarks aimed directly at the female members of the Council.

Bleacher Report, Sporting News, The Oregonian, YardBarker, NBC Sports, KING5, FOX Sports, and Total Pro Sports report that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has joined the fight to bring the Sonics back to Seattle.

In other non-arena-related news:

Capitol Hill Times ran an op-ed from District 3 Council member Kshama Sawant.

Q13 reports on an agreement between the City of Seattle and the Seattle Housing Authority to automatically enroll low-income residents in the city’s utility discount program. The agreement must be approved by the City Council.

West Seattle Blog covers the release this week of a proposed update to the city’s 20-year Comprehensive Plan.

Seattlish reports that Council members Lisa Herbold and Lorena Gonzalez have commissioned a study to collet data on how erratic scheduling affects local hourly workers in the Seattle area.