News roundup: secure scheduling

Yesterday’s Council vote to ratify the secure scheduling ordinance tops the news today.

Seattle Times, AP, MyNorthwest, Northwest Cable NewsKIRO, The Stranger, KUOW, Crosscut, Seattlish,  SeattleMet, and West Seattle Blog all reported on yesterday’s vote to approve the “secure scheduling” legislation that has been in development for months.

MyNorthwest and Seattle Times reported on the disruption that happened in Council chambers that shut down the Council meeting shortly after the secure scheduling legislation vote.

Capitol Hill Times covers a property zone approved yesterday.

The Urbanist previews today’s committee discussion of the proposed University District rezone.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on a recent event where a private party paid residents of a homeless encampment to move elsewhere.

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