Another day with lots of miscellaneous coverage.
Seattle Times and Erica C. Barnett report on yesterday’s briefing to the Council on the “bridging the gap” interim plan for responding to the homeless crisis.
Puget Sound Business Journal covers local restauranteur Tom Douglas’s complaints about what he sees as the city government’s “anti-business” attitude.
The Urbanist reports on a court ruling blocking a construction project in Pioneer Square.
Geek Wire covers Amazon’s recently more open approach to engaging on public issues.
Capitol Hill Times reports on the recent Open House for the Convention Center expansion and discussion of potential public benefits.