Wednesday news roundup

Lots of news today.

Seattle Times, The Stranger, KING, Seattle Weekly, Crosscut, SeattleMet and The Urbanist report on yesterday’s Council action to retroactively revise the land use code to allow activists to appeal the permit for the new Youth Services Center.

Seattle Times, KING, and HoopFeed cover the Council’s approval of a 10-year lease renewal for the Seattle Storm at Key Arena.

Seattle PI and Q13 report that Oak View Partners has modified its proposal to renovate Key Arena to remove a publicly-funded 850-stall parking garage.

West Seattle Blog recaps Tuesday morning’s briefing on the city’s series of community workshops related to the city-wide MHA rezone in the works.

KIRO, KOMO, SeattleMet, AP and the Stranger report on the lawsuit filed by the Retail Housing Association against the City for its recently-passed move-in fee legislation.

MyNorthwest discusses Seattle City Light’s revenue shortfall.

KIRO looks at the push for a local income tax.

The International Examiner explains the immigrant legal defense fund.