News roundup: Arena blowback, utility discount, secure scheduling, and more

The fallout from the SODO Arena vote is starting to calm down. But there’s lots of other things percolating in this morning’s news.

LA Times, Seattle PI, the Herald-Standard, AP, and KPLU all continue the reporting on the responses (good, bad, and ugly) to the Council’s vote to deny a street vacation for the proposed SODO Arena.

Seattle Medium reports on the Mayor’s plan to extend the city’s utility discount program to 10,000 more residents.

Northwest Asian Weekly covers the Council’s work on secure scheduling legislation.

KING5 reports on yesterday’s council briefing on the redevelopment plans for Alaskan Way post-tunnel.

MyBallard covers the Mayor’s call for new members of the Ballard Avenue Landmark District Board.

MyNorthwest reports that the Ballard RV safe lot might be gone soon.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses whether Capitol Hill might become host to the nation’s first safe injection site.

Seattle Bike Blog reports that SDOT is backpedaling on its commitment to bike lanes downtown.