Negative response to HALA tops the news this morning.
The Urbanist reports on a downtown neighborhood association that has filed an appeal to the SEPA determination of nonsignificance for the Mandatory Housing Affordability program, a key component of HALA. Also, The C is for Crank recaps the negative public comments from Tuesday’s PLUZ hearing on MHA and HALA.
The Seattle PI and Q13 cover the local reaction to yesterday’s Supreme Court ruling leaving a ban in place on the Obama administration’s easing of enforcement of immigration laws on undocumented immigrants — including a response from Council member Lorena Gonzalez.
KUOW discusses the Council’s push to have regular reporting on SPD’s response to problems with its management of overtime.
TheRealNews has an in-depth interview with Council member Kshama Sawant on the Sanders campaign and whether his supporters should throw their support behind the Democratic Party or go it alone.