Good morning and welcome back from the long holiday weekend! Labor, housing and homeless issues top the news this morning.
The Sightline Institute has an article about how Seattle legislated away micro-housing.
The Urbanist has a Q&A with Rachel Meltzer on inclusionary zoning.
KING5 reports that two homeless encampments in downtown Seattle relocated over the weekend as SHARE reopened its shelters.
Seattle Times and the AP report on Seattle’s pending “secure scheduling” ordinance.
SeattleMet has a guest op-ed discussing issues with the city’s ordinance authorizing Uber drivers to unionize.