News roundup: TV news, MHA, and secure scheduling

It’s been a very quiet week for news reporting on the City Council this week…

MyNorthwest reports on yesterday’s Council resolution on supporting local news broadcasters in their contract negotiations with KING5.

Curbed covers an appeal filed by a group of downtown property owners against the MHA affordable housing program.

Puget Sound Business Journal (paywall)┬áreports on a local restaurant owner’s complaints about the Council’s efforts to enact secure scheduling regulations. SeattleMet does the same for a former Starbucks CEO.

MyNorthwest reports on the Council’s designation of part of Eastlake Avenue as “Bill Hobson Way” after the well-known local homeless advocate.