Wednesday news roundup

Lots of one-offs today.

KIRO, KUOW, and Seattle Weekly look at the city government’s embracing of an income tax.

Puget Sound Business Journal asks what the proposed soda tax meansĀ  for coffee shops.

MyNorthwest covers Council member Sawant’s participation in May Day activities.

KUOW and KING report on the proposed upzone of the Chinatown-International District area.

SeattleMet reports that David Preston of Safe Seattle has filed to run for City Council against incumbent Council member Gonzalez.

Erica C. Barnett discusses Gonzalez’s hope that the state legislature will still deliver on a statewide paid family leave policy.