Tuesday news roundup

The quiet before the storm.

Seattle Times covers the city’s renewed contracts with Waste Management and Recology for garbage collection services.

Puget Sound Business Journal reports that there’s resistance to the proposed waterfront LID.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports in from last night’s public hearing on the proposed MHA rezone in districts 3 and 7.

Independent Women’s Forum discusses Uber and Lyft drivers’ reactions to a City Council proposal to set a minimum fare for ride-hailing services.

Crosscut has an op-ed arguing that there is a war on pedestrians playing out on the city’s sidewalks.