News roundup: OPA, business licenses, and ramps to nowhere

Good morning! Lots of bits and pieces in the news this morning.

The Seattle P-I and Seattle Times both report on the Mayor’s decision not to re-appoint two positions related to oversight of the Police Department, while he waits for guidance from a judge overseeing the consent decree on police reform.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers the proposed changes to the city’s business license fee and B&O tax.

MyNorthwest discusses a proposal to keep a piece of the old “ramps to nowhere” in the Arboretum.

Daily Legal News reports on the return of guilds as a form of representation in the “gig economy.”