Wednesday news roundup

It’s one of those “a little bit of everything” days in local political news.

Capitol HIll Seattle Blog, Madison Park Times, and The Stranger bring you the latest election news.

KING looks at the Democracy Vouchers program.

MyNorthwest and AP report that the city is settling one of two lawsuits against City Council members for violating the Open Public Meetings Act.

Crosscut covers the public hearing on the plan to build affordable housing at Ft. Lawton. The Seattle Times has an op-ed on the plan.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the anti-displacement ordinance the Council is taking up this week.

MyNorthwest covers the Council’s vote to approve hiring bonuses for SPD officers.

KOMO looks at the city’s Vision Zero plan to eliminate traffic fatalities.

The Seattle Times reports on how Portland’s MHA-like program is working.

The South Seattle Emerald and KING report on the Council’s rejection of a resolution that would have sent the Mayor’s nomination for HSD Director back to her for a do-over.

 

 

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