Thursday news roundup: another day, another candidate

One more candidate for Tim Burgess’s seat on the City Council…

Seattle Times and The Stranger report that Teresa Mosqueda has announced her candidacy for Seattle City Council position 8, being vacated by Tim Burgess at the end of this year.  Still no one running against Lorena Gonzalez for position 9…

Real Change argues that the city should dump Wells Fargo and start its own municipal bank.

The Urbanist previews today’s Council hearing on the proposed U District rezone.

Seattlish notes that the recently-passed move-in fee cap ordinance went into effect this week.

KIRO reports on the Mayor’s orders to permit three additional homeless encampments.

Real Change looks at the No Youth Jail activist group.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers the debate over the proposed expansion to the Seattle Asian Art Museum and what it means for Volunteer Park.

Seattle Globalist profiles the Tenants Union.

The Urbanist reports on the city’s possible annexation of two areas southwest of Seattle.