News roundup: Bias-free policing, move-in fees, short-term rentals and I-124

The Council has a lot of oars in the water right now, and it’s showing up in the news coverage…

KIRO and MyNorthwest both report on the Council’s hearing yesterday on bias-free policing.

Seattle Times, and the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog cover Council member Sawant’s proposal to cap move-in fees.

Q13, SeattleMet and KING5 reports on the continuing discussion over short-term rentals.

Voice of the Valley proposes that the Civic Square site should become a homeless shelter.

The Stranger and Seattle Weekly cover Initiative 124, which would add protections for hotel workers.

Seattle Times, Seattle Met, KING5 and the West Seattle Herald discuss the blowback over the Mayor’s plan to cut ties with the district councils.

Seattlish reports on the City Council’s survey on secure scheduling practices in Seattle.