Thursday news roundup

As typical for the end of the week, there’s a little bit of everything this morning.

Seattle Times, AP, The Stranger and KOMO report on a lawsuit filed that challenges the city’s Democracy Voucher program.

Seattle Times covers the “farewell briefing” of OPA Director Pierce Murphy at a Council meeting yesterday.

KING discusses a proposed update to the city’s ordinance restricting the city’s purchase of surveillance technology.

Seattle Weekly covers a report released this week by the city that claims the managed homeless encampments have been a big success.

KOMO reports Council President Bruce Harrell’s comments on the shooting of Charleena Lyles.

SeattleMet published an interactive history of Seattle’s homeless crisis.

South Seattle Emerald looks at the city’s transition away from transitional housing.

The Urbanist posted Q&A’s with Council candidates Lorena Gonzalez, Sara Nelson, and Ty Pethe.