News roundup: Myers Way, district councils, secure scheduling and police reform

Happy Friday! Today’s news is mostly a continuation of yesterday’s.

InvestigateWest and NWCN report on the Mayor’s about-face on selling off the Myers Way properties.

KING5 and the Stranger both discuss the Mayor’s decision to abolish the District Council system.

KUOW and Puget Sound Business Journal cover criticism of pending secure-scheduling legislation by the CEO of a local startup whose product allows hourly workers to arrange their own shift swaps.

Crosscut continues the discussion on police reform in Seattle.

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