As usual, Thursday is op-ed day in Seattle media.
The Stranger reports on the return of “Internet for All.”
Q13 and MyNorthwest report on pending legislation looking to restrict removals of homeless encampments, while Northwest Asian Weekly has an editorial accusing Council members Morales, Sawant and Mosqueda of cherry-picking the community members they talk to about their proposal.
MyNorthwest previews the first meeting of the new regional homeless authority governing board this morning.
Real Change reports that the closure of the West Seattle Bridge has exposed disparities in the Duwamish Valley.
The Urbanist concludes its series on industrial uses in non-industrial zones.
Real Change has an op-ed arguing for the proposed payroll tax.
The Seattle Times has an op-ed rallying support for the Convention Center expansion project.