The Missing Link might not be missing for too much longer.
SeattleMet writes on the concentration female power on the City Council.
Crosscut writes on the possibility of a new city department focused on dealing with harassment claims.
The Stranger reports that the local music community is getting behind the idea of safe consumption sites.
Investors Business Daily has an op-ed arguing against allowing Uber and Lyft drivers to engage in collective bargaining.
Seattle Times looks at the behind the scenes conversation happening last summer among city officials debating whether Ed Murray should step down or be impeached.