Wednesday news roundup

With the Council in recess, it’s a “potpourri day” in the news.

Seattle Times digs into the demographics behind the city’s new income tax.

Atlanta Black Star discusses whether Seattle is setting the new standard for fair housing policy.

JD Supra looks at the Seattle waterfront Local Improvement District.

The Stranger weighs in on whether election endorsements are a good or bad thing.

Crosscut covers the “Trump effect” in local elections.

The Urbanist announces that Council candidate Teresa Mosqueda will be the featured speaker at their next meeting on September 12.

The International Examiner notes an upcoming candidate forum focused on human services on September 20th.