Friday news roundup

Welcome to the weekend! The smoke is drifting back in, but hopefully it won’t get too bad this time.

The Seattle Times reports that the city may have intentionally withheld evidence of vote-coordination among City Council members for the head-tax repeal, which would violate the Open Public Meetings Act.  (disclosure: I’m mentioned in the story for having provided information to the Times reporter that I found in a public-document request I filed)

Curbed looks at why the city-wide MHA upzones have stalled out for the moment.

Crosscut writes about the challenges of enforcing the city’s tenant-protection ordinances — even with the city’s contracted affordable housing providers.



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