The Council debates itself on a couple of resolutions, and more.
The Stranger reports on two resolutions that came up for votes in the City Council meeting yesterday and sparked a larger debate about whether the Council should be investing time in symbolic resolutions.
The International Examiner spotlights an outreach worker in the CID and the work she does with homeless individuals.
Crosscut reports on the high demand for affordable housing, and how “community preference” is working to bring displaced residents back into the Central Area.
The Sightline Institute highlights a bill introduced in the state legislature that would allow for denser housing in single-family residential zones across the state.