It looks like we might survive the week after all.
Seattle Times, The Stranger, KING, The Hill, GeekWire, and MyNorthwest continue the discussion of “Amazon versus the Head Tax.”
USA Today looks at what this all means for Amazon’s HQ2.
The Seattle PI and MyNorthwest reflect on the Seattle Process at the end of a tumultuous week in the city’s politics.
Crosscut looks at the effect of low pay for workers at homeless service providers.
The Sightline Institute argues that the way to have less expensive housing is to make housing less expensive to build.
The Stranger reports that the state Supreme Court has agreed to hear a legal challenge to Seattle’s proposed safe consumption sites.
The Urbanist proposes a new approach to open spaces in and around Seattle’s urban villages.