Thursday news roundup: a shade of post-election blue

The local news is still hyper-focused on this week’s election results, but here’s some other things going on that you should know about.

Seattle Times reports that the Center City Streetcar project seems to be surviving the budget process. Likewise, Seattle Weekly reports that the city is pushing ahead with funding for a safe consumption site.

Reason takes a first post-election look at the impact of the Democracy Vouchers program.

GeekWire and the South Seattle Emerald discuss the proposed employee-hours tax.

West Seattle Blog notes that the city is publishing the final Environmental Impact Statement on the proposed city-wide upzone today.

 

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