Monday news roundup

This is not turning out to be the clean-air Monday we had all hoped for. Somewhere in there is a joke that ends with “don’t hold your breath…”

Here’s the news.

 

The Seattle Times, KING, KIRO, KOMO and Q13 cover the partial collapse of PIer 58 yesterday.

The Seattle Times reports that the Seattle business community is pressing to have input into the city’s re-imagining of public safety.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers the long-awaited transfer of the old Central Area fire station to a community organization.

The Urbanist looks as the departure of, and farewell message from, the court-appointed police monitor, Merrick Bobb.


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