Tuesday news roundup: Burgess, move-in fees, and Wells Fargo

Tim Burgess’s announcement that he will not be running for re-election tops the news this morning.

Seattle Times, Seattle P-I, The Stranger, Seattle Weekly, KING5, MyNorthwest, and the Capitol Hill Seattle Blog all report on Burgess’s announcement yesterday that he will not run for re-election to the City Council next year.

Crosscut, The Stranger, MyNorthwest, and KOMO cover yesterday’s vote on the ordinance capping move-in fees and requiring landlords to offer tenants an installment plan.

KOMO and Democracy Now! report on the proposed ordinance introduced yesterday that would curtail the city’s future business with Wells Fargo Bank.

Seattle Times discusses yesterday’s Council resolution condemning hate speech and acts in the aftermath of last month’s election.