Thursday news roundup: youth detention center

The controversial proposal for the new King County youth detention center tops this morning’s news.

Seattle Times (here and here), SeattleMet, MyNorthwest, and The Stranger (here and here) discuss the battle over permitting a new youth detention center in the Central District.

Christian Science Monitor looks at the move away from “on call” shift scheduling, the kind addressed by Seattle’s new “secure scheduling” ordinance.

The Urbanist finds fault with the Seattle Pedestrian Master Plan.

Truth Out reports on the proposed ordinance to cut Seattle’s ties with Wells Fargo Bank.