There’s lots to talk about today.
KUOW and Q13 cover the Council’s approval of Seattle City Light’s strategic plan, which will raise electricity rates.
KUOW reports on the Council’s approval of two gun-safety regulations on Monday.
Crosscut continues coverage of the search for a new SPD police chief, while Seattle Times has profiles of the two out-of-town candidates, Eddie Frizell and Ely Reyes.
Seattle Times reports that King County has committed to re-issuing the RFP for the Northgate TOD project by the end of the month.
Q13 reports that the idea of using a mobile van as a safe-injection site seems to be moving along slowly.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that the City Council is looking at landmarking the Eldridge Tire building on Broadway.