Tuesday news roundup

Today we get to read about the Convention Center, the statute of limitations on sexual harassment charges, and of course the head tax.

Seattle Times, Crosscut, and Seattle Transit Blog report on the Council’s vote yesterday to grant a street and alley vacation for the expansion of the Washington State Convention Center.

The Stranger and SeattleMet report that the Council approved extending the statute of limitations for sexual harassment charges.

The Stranger, International Examiner, and GeekWire continue the debate on the proposed head tax.

Q13 covers last night’s public hearing on the proposed MHA upzones.

SeattleMet reports on the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission’s vote to modify conflict of interest rules for City Council members.

The Urbanist looks at what’s happening with the proposed “One Table” regional response to the homelessness crisis.

 

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