Thursday news roundup

While everyone is watching to see whether Governor Inslee vetoes the state legislature’s effort to exempt itself from the Public Records Act, here’s what’s happening with the City Council.

The Seattle Times reports that efforts are being made to prevent Seattle’s soda tax from spreading to other jurisdictions.

SeattleMet covers the discussion of changes to the city’s anti-discrimination code to address sexual harassment and extend the statute of limitations for filing complaints.

Q13 reports that food trucks are being hit by thieves and vandals.



  1. Do you know why the Progressive Revenue Task Force is not being broadcasted live on the Seattle Channel today, March 1st? Mayor’s office and the city council members staff just transfer calls to the Seattle Channel’s message line.

    1. it is being live streamed on their web site, but not on the cable channel. And it will be available on demand later.

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