Tuesday news roundup

It’s a relatively quiet Tuesday…

Seattle Times reports that for the 15th month in a row, Seattle has the hottest housing market.

West Seattle Blog covers yesterday’s Council hearing on the city-wide MHA upzone.

Erica C. Barnett reports on yesterday’s Council debate over a resolution opposing a new liquid natural gas plant in Tacoma.

Curbed looks at the privately-owned public spaces in Seattle, many of which are largely unknown and hidden away.

West Seattle Blog reports that the city has started to take down unused surveillance cameras and wireless network equipment from utility poles.



One comment

  1. RE the Curbed piece on public places, my knees appreciate that I can get off the 12 bus on Madison, cross 5th, enter the Central Library and ride the escalator down to 4th, cross 4th and enter the KL Gates bldg, take their escalators (with only a few steps between the 2) and finally end up on 3rd where I can catch a bus either north or south.

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