Tuesday news roundup

The election to fill the seat being vacated by Tim Burgess is starting to heat up…

The Stranger reports that NAACP Seattle vice-president Sheley Secrest has announced she will run for City Council position 8.

Seattle Times looks at the city’s renewed interest in redeveloping Key Arena.

The Urbanist and MyNorthwest discuss the demise of the Pronto bike-share system.

Erica C. Barnett looks at the re-introduction of the Community Service Officers program at SPD.

The Urbanist argues that the city should boost the tax on surface parking lots.