Friday news roundup

And it’s snowing. Again.

KING and MyBallard bring you the latest election news.

The Seattle Times reports on the disagreement between the city and the Community Police Commission over the new SPOG contract, being argued out in dueling legal briefs.

Curbed highlights a new exhibit at Wing Luke Museum that highlights the city’s history of racist “redlining.”

SeattleMet looks at the impact of the Licton Springs “tiny house” village as it prepares to close.

The Urbanist covers a new piece of legislation expanding requirements for electric vehicle charging station readiness.

 

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