A mixed back of news to end the week.
KING reports on the struggle to site a safe injection site.
Northwest Asian Weekly profiles Marilyn Strickland, the new CEO of the Seattle Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce.
Queen Anne News has an op-ed from Council member Sally Bagshaw on making Seattle “age friendly.”
Crosscut has an op-ed asserting that more housing and less bureaucracy is the best path to solving the city’s housing crisis.
PhinneyWood spotlights the upcoming public hearing on proposed MHA zoning changes, while Queen Anne News points to the upcoming public hearing on an affordable housing project in Uptown.
Crosscut looks at whether a jury’s verdict can be influenced by implicit bias.