Lots of bits and pieces today.
Seattle Times reports that the City Attorney and the Chief of Police have concerns about the police accountability legislation emerging from the City Council.
Crosscut reports that Seattle City Light’s project to switch to digital meters is running overbudget.
KING covers the news contract to keep the Seattle Storm playing at Seattle Center.
Patch reports on the candidates filing to run for City Council and Mayor before the deadline at the end of this week.
The Urbanist looks at the proposed upzone to the Chinatown-International District and the amendments being considered by the Council today.
The Sightline Institute discusses how zoning drives school segregation.