Once again, Thursday brings us a little bit of everything.
The Seattle Times looks at how King County Equity Now and Decriminalize Seattle are partnering to offer a reimagined view of public safety.
Puget Sound Business Journal covers the signs that Amazon may be done growing in Seattle.
Law360 reports on an appeals court decision reviving accusations that the City Council violated the Open Public Meetings Act in repealing the “head tax” two years ago.
The Seattle Times reports that the city is hiring a new director to lead post-COVID-19 economic recovery efforts.
The Stranger looks at the decline of Seattle’s industrial economy.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that Council member Sawant is organizing a “solidarity rally” to oppose the recall petition against her.
The Stranger has an op-ed arguing in favor of a proposed minimum wage for TNC drivers.
Erica Barnett writes that the city has no plans to open heat/smoke shelters this week.
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