News roundup: speed limits and secure scheduling

The pending secure scheduling ordinance, and a move to lower speed limits, highlight today’s news.

Seattle Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, KIRO7, MyNorthwest, The Stranger, KUOW and KING5 report on yesterday’s Council committee action on secure scheduling.

Curbed, MyNorthwest, West Seattle Blog, The Stranger, KING5, MyBallard, Seattle Bike Blog, and CityLab cover yesterday’s announcement of the city’s plan to lower speed limits on arterials and residential streets.

Seattle Times and the Spokane Spokesman-Review discuss the death of a homeless man on an I-5 offramp greenbelt earlier this week and the city’s overall plan to deal with homeless encampments.

GeekWire reports that the city might finally be embracing municipal broadband.

SeattleMet looks at whether AirBnB is hurting the local housing market.;

KOMO looks at yesterday’s introduction of an ordinance to cap move-in fees for tenants.

 

 

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