Happy Monday. News coverage is fairly sparse this morning.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that this afternoon the City Council will take its final vote on a new ordinance to delay rent increases for residential properties that fail to meet city code.
KUOW covers the vote this afternoon to rename International Children’s Park after slain community activist Donnie Chin.
Crosscut reports on Council member Debora Juarez’s successful efforts to get the 130th Street station added to the ST3 package.
West Seattle Blog discusses the city’s review of the neighborhood district council program.
Crosscut has an op-ed piece from Council member Tim Burgess on why he is proposing to regulate AirBnB rentals.
Daily Journal of Commerce reports on the early stages of a plan to rebuild Piers 62 and 63.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers Council member Mike O’Brien’s efforts to ease rules on building backyard cottages.