News roundup: affordable housing, scheduling and more

Affordable housing is this morning’s top topic…

Seattle Times has two articles this morning (here and here) looking at the Mandatory Housing Affordability legislation being proposed.

Council member Rob Johnson penned an op-ed piece for The Urbanist arguing why we should all support the 2016 Housing Levy.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on a Council resolution related to local broadcast TV stations downsizing their local news departments.

Q13 covers the ongoing work on a secure scheduling ordinance.

KOMO reports on the ongoing discussion over SPD’s excessive (and expensive) use of overtime.

The C is for Crank discusses whether the new Navigation Center for the homeless should include a safe consumption site.

Seattle Weekly reports on whether the city’s commitment to green spaces is falling prey to growth and development.