It’s a busy week, and the news coverage is all over the map this morning.
The Stranger and The Last Real Indians continue the coverage of the city’s efforts to cut ties with Wells Fargo Bank.
KUOW, Curbed Seattle Met, and Capitol Hill Times report on Monday’s adoption of an ordinance capping move-in fees for tenants.
RTO Insider covers Seattle City Light’s plan to join the California Energy Imbalance Market.
Seattle Weekly discusses Council member Burgess’s decision not to run for re-election next year. And Capitol Hill Times reports on candidate Jon Grant’s decision to use the new Democracy Voucher program.
West Seattle Blog covers today’s expected Council committee discussion of the three proposed new sanctioned homeless encampments
The Stranger, KUOW, and the Urbanist report on yesterday’s Hearing Examiner ruling that OPCD needs to do a full Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed relaxation of rules on “backyard cottages.”
Seattlish looks at the cost of filing to run for City Council.