News roundup: secure scheduling, homelessness, and police reform

Happy Monday! Let’s get to this morning’s news.

SeattleMet covers the ongoing committee work on secure scheduling legislation, which resumes tomorrow.

Crosscut gives an update on the mess that is police reform in Seattle.

Seattle Times ran an op-ed from Council member Tim Burgess suggesting that the city needs to retool its response to the homelessness crisis.

EnergyTrendsInsider reports on a tour of the Columbia Generating Station nuclear reactor.