Wednesday news roundup

Another “potpourri day” for City Council related news.

Seattle Times and Seattle Weekly  report that Jon Grant will run for City Council again next year.  KUOW discusses the new Democracy Voucher system that Grant and others hope to use to fund their campaigns.

Seattle Times and Crosscut look at safe-injection sites and whether Seattle and King County have the political will and support to implement them.

Curbed covers the demise of the current Pronto bike-share system.

Crosscut discusses whether residential high rise buildings are really more environmentally friendly.

Seattle Bike Blog looks at the recently-approved 2017-2018 budget.

West Seattle Herald covers the proposed zoning changes for District 1.

SeattleMet discusses “Cities’ Rights” in the era of Trump.