Wednesday news roundup

A veritable smorgasbord of news coverage this morning.   Also, the rain comes back tonight. So there’s that.


KIRO, KING (here and here), Seattle Medium, and the Seattle Times continue the discussion of police reform.

KOMO, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and MyNorthwest report that a petition to recall Council member Sawant has been filed.

KUOW and Puget Sound Business Journal look at the city’s proposed minimum wage standard for Uber and Lyft drivers.

The Seattle Times discusses the spike in homicides this year.

The Stranger and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog cover the city’s proposed scooter share pilot program.

MyBallard looks at the recently passed “childcare near you” ordinance.

Crosscut opines on why Amazon hasn’t spoken out on the new payroll tax.

The Stranger reports that Seattle Public Library is poised to start lending out books again.

West Seattle Blog reports that SDOT has chosen a design firm for a replacement for the West Seattle Bridge.

The Seattle Medium covers the MiChance Dunlap-Gittens Ordinance passed earlier this week.


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