Friday news roundup

OK, so the air in Seattle is now unbreathable, and likely will be that way through the weekend.  But look on the bright side: there’s at least four hours of City Council meetings to watch today!  What better way to spend your Friday, amiright?

Stay safe and healthy out there. Now here’s the news.

The Puget Sound Business Journal reports that the City Council has approved a funding plan for early West Seattle Bridge repairs.

Erica Barnett reports that the city and county will be opening up a smoke shelter.

Seattle Bike Blog looks at the long history of the Rainier Avenue safety project.

The Stranger investigates the campaign to recall Council member Sawant.

The Seattle Times and South Seattle Emerald have op/ed articles discussing police reform, while KOMO reports on a complaint against the SPOG President.


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