Tuesday news roundup

The Council’s vote this afternoon on the SPOG contract leads the news this morning.

The Seattle Times, KIRO, Q13, and Seattle Weekly report on this afternoon’s vote by the City Council on approving the tentative contract with SPOG, the police officers’ union.

KIRO covers how money is being shifted around in the proposed 2019-2020 budget.

The Urbanist reports that planning the city hasn’t committed to plans yet for spaces freed up by the closing of the Battery Street tunnel.

The South Seattle Emerald has an op-ed urging the City Council to approve funding for the Green Pathways Fellowship program.