Lots of stuff to read in the news today.
Breaking news: the Seattle Times covers today’s announcement that Carmen Best will be nominated as the city’s next Chief of Police.
The Seattle Times reports that the tiny-home village in Wallingford didn’t have case management services or a hygiene truck for months.
Seattle Bike Blog looks at the plans for expanding the center city bike network.
Crosscut has an op-ed discussing the city’s ability to leverage city-owned property for affordable housing projects.
The Urbanist reports on the rebranding of the “One Center City” plan.
MyNorthwest looks at how much was spent campaigning for and against the head tax.
The Urbanist reports on the City Council’s establishment of two new historical landmark buildings.
The Ringer profiles Council member Sawant.