Friday news roundup

All predictions are that we should have much cleaner air by the end of the day. Hopefully we won’t get fooled again.

Here’s the Friday news.

KING reports that a landlords’ trade association has filed a lawsuit challenging the city’s eviction ban.

KIRO interviews SPD interim Chief Adrian Diaz.

The Seattle Times looks at how the city ended up with w a “street czar.”

MyNorthwest and the South Seattle Emerald report that Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County has requested that the Inspector General for Public Safety investigate SPD, OPA, and elected officials over alleged actions related to this summer’s protests.

The Urbanist and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog cover the rollout of scooter-share in the city this week.

Seattle Bike Blog reports that the bike lanes along NE 65th Street are already making a positive difference.

The Seattle Medium looks at the city’s “Internet for All” initiative.

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