Yesterday’s SPD survey made the news this morning.
Puget Sound Business Journal covers AirBnB’s latest self-published report making the case for its contribution to the local economy.
The Stranger reports on Council member Sawant’s proposal to eliminate a tax loophole for “international investment management services.”
GeekWire looks at the renewed push for municipal broadband.
Erica C. Barnett writes of a trip she took with Council member Lisa Herbold and state Senator Mark Miloscia to the InSite safe consumption site in Vancouver.
The Stranger covers yesterday’s Jill Stein rally in Seattle, where Council member Kshama Sawant spoke — but Jill Stein didn’t (she’s out sick).