There’s a little bit of everything this morning.
KING reports on what’s going on with the final part of the city-wide MHA upzones: District 1.
Q13 reports that a group has filed a claim against the city to force it to repair damage done to a Jewish cemetery by homeless people camping out there.
GeekWire looks at the dockless bike share study released this week.
Seattle Times and the Stranger report that Carl Haglund has withdrawn his defamation lawsuit against Council member Kshama Sawant (or at least what was left of it after the judge tossed several parts).
Seattle Times has an editorial emphasizing the importance of Mayor Durkan’s nominations for SDOT Director and SPD Chief.