Wednesday news roundup

Lots of news this morning.

The Seattle Times looks at how the Human Services Department did in addressing homelessness in 2018.

The Stranger and the UW Daily give us the latest election news.

KOMO reports on the city’s secretive work on a plan for safe RV lots.

The Urbanist covers the confirmation of Sam Zimbabwe as SDOT Director.

Crosscut and the International Examiner discuss the Mayor’s plan for mitigating displacement.

Q13 covers a report released earlier this week that looks at “prolific offenders.”

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog and West Seattle Blog report on what the MHA legislation (and its amendments) mean for their neighborhoods.

The Stranger asks whether the Magnolia Bridge should be rebuilt with public dollars.

Curbed reports that lots of attention is being paid to the city’s tiny home villages.

SeattleMet looks at UW’s newly-approved campus master plan and what it means for the university’s future expansion.

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  1. Gotta love The Stranger talking about how Magnolia doesn’t need the Magnolia bridge, and yet the Move Seattle levy that voters passed said we need to do a lot more planning related to how to maintain it specifically. “In addition to the annual progress report, the Director of Transportation will prepare and submit an annual report focusing on bridges and structures including a narrative explaining in detail the condition of bridges and structures within the City of Seattle, especially the Ballard and Magnolia bridges, an assessment of known deficiencies and a funding plan to address known deficiencies”

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