Wednesday news roundup

The sun is back!  Go get some vitamin D today.

Here’s the news.


The Seattle PI reports on a bill pending before the Council that would require premium pay for gig workers.

Post Alley proposes that Seattle embrace becoming an “outdoor city” for its restaurant scene.

The Stranger reports that Council member Lewis tried to use the Council’s subpoena powers yesterday, for the first time in as long as anyone can remember.

The South Seattle Emerald notes that all Seattle Public School students can now access the Seattle Public Library online collection.

The Urbanist presents a plan for converting the Jackson Park Golf Course to housing and open park space.

Erica Barnett follows the startup of the Co-LEAD program.

West Seattle Blog covers SDOT’s two new task forces related to the closed West Seattle Bridge.

The Seattle Times has an op-ed opposing a bill before the Council that would codify restrictions on homeless encampment cleanups.

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