Wednesday news roundup

Still lots of coverage of Monday’s vote to affirm Seattle as a welcoming city.

Seattle Weekly, Patch, Curbed, AP, Seattle Globalist, American Renaissance, and Seattle Bike Blog continue the conversation about making Seattle a welcoming city in the face of Trump’s immigration executive orders.

KUOW, South Seattle Emerald, The Stranger (here and here) and Capitol Hill Times report on the ongoing debate over whether to build a new Youth Services Center.

Crosscut and West Seattle Blog cover the release of new draft rules for removal of unsanctioned homeless encampments.

Seattle Times covers the race to collect Democracy Vouchers.

Seattle Times and One News Page report on the city’s pending legislation to cut ties with Wells Fargo Bank.

Queen Anne News reports on Teresa Mosqueda’s candidacy for City Council Position 8.

CityLab looks at the demise of bike share in Seattle.