More election news, plus other things that slipped through the cracks.
Q13, KING, The Stranger, Seattle Weekly, Patch, SeattleMet, Crosscut, and South Seattle Emerald all track the election results.
Seattle PI reports that a judge has ordered the city to report revenues from its gun and ammunition tax.
Erica C. Barnett and Puget Sound Business Journal cover the proposal to make design reviews faster and cheaper to appeal.
The International Examiner and The Seattle Globalist report on reaction to the recently-approved upzone to the Chinatown-International District.
Curbed covers a judge’s ruling in a lawsuit over whether Uber drivers can unionize.