A variety of news this morning…
KING5 and KIRO7 both report on the Democracy Vouchers being mailed out this week.
The Urbanist covers the newly-enacted cap on move-in fees.
Seattle Weekly and Queen Anne News discuss the ongoing effort to derail King County’s plan for a new Youth Services Center.
Seattle Times reports on the latest progress and complications in police reform efforts in Seattle.
Seattle Weekly covers the proposal to transfer ownership of the old Fire Station 39 in Lake City to LIHI for an affordable housing development.
The Seattle P-I reports on the city’s minimum wage going up to $15 this month.
Crosscut has an op-ed from LIHI head Sharon Lee on the benefits of tiny houses.