Friday news roundup

Very slow news day, so we’re broadening the news roundup a bit today.

Have a great Labor Day weekend!

Erica Barnett reports that Council member O’Brien will introduce legislation banning natural gas hookups for new buildings in Seattle.

The Seattle Times covers the Mayor’s announcement that hours won’t be cut at four community centers next month after all.

Real Change and Crosscut report that King County has lost FEMA funding for homelessness and food bank programs because the county isn’t poor enough anymore to qualify.

The Seattle Times says that the city has pushed out the deadline for mandatory registration of AirBnB rental units because of issues with its registration system.

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