News roundup: secure scheduling, nuclear energy, and breakfast

Guess who Council member Kshama Sawant is having breakfast with…

KPLU and MyNorthwest cover the ongoing debate on secure scheduling legislation.

Seattle Times has an op-ed form an Energy Northwest board member defending nuclear energy and the Columbia Generating Station.

KING5 discusses yesterday’s rally to demand safety¬†improvements to the NE 65th Street corridor.

The Urbanist drills down into the details of the proposed University District rezone.

And SeattleMet reports that Council member Sawant is headlining a breakfast panel discussion at the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, showing that even enemies can find common cause (in this case, mitigating disruptions to businesses in construction zones such as 23rd Avenue).