Thursday news roundup

Everyone’s talking about “emphasis patrols.”

The Seattle Times, KUOW, Patch, MyNorthwest, Q13, and Erica Barnett cover the rollout of more information on the city’s new “emphasis patrols” in seven Seattle Neighborhoods.

Seattle Times and GeekWire report that the city may try scooter-share after all.

KUOW says that Seattle might get a new neighborhood, depending on what the state government does with a piece of surplus property.

Mass Transit reports that Uber and Lyft drivers in Seattle are getting a shrinking slice of the fares that the company collects.

The Seattle Medium brings us the announcement of a 4.92 million commitment to build a affordable housing cooperative in Othello.

Crosscut covers an international bike infrastructure expert who says that Seattle’s bike network has tooo many gaps.

KTTH reveals that the Seattle Ethics and Elections Commission doesn’t track complaints.

 

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