A mix of Council-related news this morning.
Seattle Times covers the work of the Progressive Revenue Task Force.
KUOW reports on a request for the city to review the management of Brettler Family Place, where Charleena Lyles lived before she was shot by police last summer.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at rent bidding services, a topic up for discussion at a Council committee this morning.
Seattle Times reports that the city is unable to make progress on the earthquake danger from unreinforced masonry buildings.
SeattleMet asks (once again) what Amazon’s HQ2 bid means for Seattle.
Architectural Digest talks about “hostile architecture.”
ShelfTalk has a book recommendation from Council member Sally Bagshaw.