Tuesday news roundup: Police reform, Murray’s woes

The latest chapter in the allegations against Mayor Murray top the news this morning.

Seattle Times, Crosscut, SeattleMet, KIRO, KUOW, and the International Examiner report that Council member Lorena Gonzalez is pushing Mayor Murray to resign — and her fellow Council members to take action if he doesn’t.

Seattle Times, SeattleMet, The Stranger, and GeekWire cover new police reform actions: a new bias-free policing ordinance and an executive order from the Mayor to deploy body-cams on all SPD officers.

The AP discusses tech workers’ reaction to Seattle’s new income tax.

Erica C. Barnett reports that the County Council has voted to prohibit safe-consumption sites outside of Seattle.

West Seattle Blog has announced a candidates’ forum next Tuesday evening.