Tuesday news roundup

Pier 58, bridges, BLM, and more in the news this morning.

Stay inside, stay healthy. We’ll get through this.

The Seattle Times, The Stranger, and West Seattle Blog cover a new report from the city auditor looking at the state of bridge maintenance in Seattle.

KIRO, MyNorthwest, and the South Seattle Emerald report on a letter that Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County sent to the Ethics and Elections Commission demanding that it investigate several City Council members.

The Seattle PI covers the upcoming rollout of a scooter-share program in Seattle.

The Seattle Times, The Stranger, and Seattle PI bring us the latest on the partial collapse of Pier 58.

The Urbanist discusses how the City Council will begin looking at the climate change impacts of new legislation.

Q13 reports on a pledge to support small businesses that local officials are being asked to make.

Post Alley looks at the architectural aspects of the re-envisioned Seattle Waterfront.

The South Seattle Emerald reports on worrisome cuts to SPD’s domestic violence unit.

PubliCola looks at the recent resignation of police monitor Merrick Bobb.


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