Tuesday news roundup

The fate of the Showbox is up for discussion.

The Seattle Times, KING, The Stranger, Curbed, and MyNorthwest all report on what’s up with the Showbox: the City Council is extending its temporary change to the Pike Place Market Historical District and the building takes another run at landmark status, while others work on negotiating a deal.

KING covers a bill before the Council to close a gap in the city’s paid family leave program.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at a new advocacy effort to get buses moving faster around the city.

Crosscut has the latest election coverage.

Erica C. Barnett reports on a change in strategy for how the city is dealing with some unsanctioned homeless encampments.

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