There’s a whole buffet of news coverage this morning…
Seattle Times reports on the RFP being issued this week for redevelopment of Key Arena.
Crosscut covers the City Council’s reaction to recently-released video of the Che Taylor shooting.
Courthouse News Service reports on the new Democracy Voucher program.
Seattle Weekly discusses the practical reality of divesting from DAPL.
The New York Times reports on the rights issues brought to light by homeless crises in several cities including Seattle.
Seattle Weekly and KUOW look at the proposed University District rezone and the controversies it is raising.
Curbed reports on the City Council’s approval of the sale of Fire Station 39 to LIHI for an affordable housing project.
Crosscut has a column posing 8 ideas for Seattle to push forward in 2017.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers Jon Grant’s declared candidacy for City Council Position 8.