News roundup: Well Fargo, ramps to nowhere, and police reform

Happy Monday! And welcome to a debate-free news roundup.  But take note: today is the last day to register to vote in Washington State.

The Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce and Avaunce report on the city’s decision to withdraw from a financing deal with Well Fargo.

KING5 reports that the Mayor sent police reform legislation to the judge overseeing the consent decree for his review.

NextCity reports on a plan to do a safety review of Seattle’s new streetcar plans.

The Urbanist discusses a proposal to create a monument to the “ramps to nowhere.”

Eric C. Barnett sounds a warning over the rush to embrace rapid rehousing.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on an event where Council member Kshama Sawant and former Mayor Mike McGinn spoke about activism.

Transit Center has an interview with Council member Rob Johnson.

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