Monday news roundup

I hope you’re staying safe in the snow this morning…

Seattle Times covers the proposed University District rezone here and here.  The legislation is coming up for a key committee vote tomorrow afternoon.

The Urbanist debates the finer details of the MHA framework in a rebuttal to a Sightline piece from last week.

Moyers & Co. and Topix report on the proposed ordinance to cut the city’s ties with Wells Fargo Bank.

Q13 discusses whether the recent allegations of corruption at the Port of Seattle cast a different light on the Council’s vote last year to deny a street vacation permit for the SODO Arena.

Crosscut looks at the slow ramp-up of the Democracy Vouchers program.

The Urbanist finds fault with the One Center City plan as proposed.

Erica C. Barnett reports on a panel she hosted recently with Sound Transit CEO Peter Rogoff and City Council member Rob Johnson.