Thursday news roundup

More on the veto override, plus the city transfers some property.  Happy Thursday.

MyNorthwest, The Urbanist, and Q13 continue coverage of the Council’s vote to override the Mayor’s veto of the rebalanced 2020 budget.

The Seattle Times, AP, and Real Change report that the city is preparing to transfer three properties to community organizations.

Northwest Asian Weekly and Real Change provide an update on the recal petition against Council member Sawant.

Capitol HIll Seattle Blog previews this afternoon’s Council committee meeting on the proposed minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers.

Post Alley looks at the question of whether Mayor Durkan will choose to run for re-election next year.

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