The usual Thursday potpourri of topics, presented for your reading pleasure this morning.
The Seattle Times reports that Seattle and King County are trying to renegotiate their agreement with the federal and state governments to clean up their combined sewer outflow system.
Real Change covers the impending showdown on Monday over the closing of the Northlake tiny home village.
KUOW reports that the state has changed the procedure for investigations of police use of deadly force.
American Prospect looks at cities on the front line of developing clean energy policies, including Seattle.
The Seattle Times has an editorial on public safety issues downtown, including outside the King County Courthouse.