Friday news roundup

The plan for a regional governance structure for the homeless response moves forward, the Northlake Tiny Home Village gets to stay in place through March, and more.

The Seattle Times, KUOW, KING, KOMO, Patch, and Erica Barnett all cover yesterday’s meetings to try to move forward a plan for a regional homeless-response authority.

The Seattle Times, KING, KOMO, and Erica Barnett report that the city will allow the Northlake Tiny Home Village to stay in place through the winter.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that Council member Sawant plans to introduce a bill that would place an emergency moratorium on renter evictions during the winter.

MyNorthwest looks at the controversy over the decision to close the King County Courthouse’s 3rd Avenue entrance for safety reasons.

Crosscut has an op-ed co-authored by Council member Gonzalez touting her proposed “Clean Campaigns” ordinance.