A little bit of everything this morning.
The Stranger and SeattleMet report on Jon Grant’s announcement that he is running for City Council (position 8) again next year.
The Urbanist reports on the Council’s vote yesterday to approve three historic landmark buildings and some Housing Levy policies.
American City and County covers the Council’s approval of a 30-year bond to fund affordable housing.
KUOW reports on Council member Debora Juarez’s support for the tribes (and others) protesting against the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Seattle P-I reports on the impending demise of the current Pronto bike-share system.
KUOW covers the passage yesterday of the city’s legislative agenda for the upcoming state legislative session.