Stay tuned this afternoon: Mayor Durkan will announce her nominee for SDOT Director at 2pm.
Crosscut reports on how the Council fouled up a straightforward grant-acceptance vote yesterday.
Erica C. Barnett covers a briefing yesterday on the Mercer Megablock sale.
KING talks to a candidate for City Council who wants to change the city’s homelessness response.
The Seattle Times reports that the city will spend $75 million on affordable housing next year.
More evidence of a virtue-signaling, rather than a pragmatic, Council. Voters in Seattle seem happy with that. It says more about how PINO (Progressive in name only) Seattle really is.
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