Thursday news roundup

Interesting debates last night; I wish I could have been a fly on the… never mind.

Here’s the news.

West Seattle Blog recaps this week’s West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force meeting, with the latest thinking on the options for repairing or replacing the bridge, as the city’s self-imposed deadline for a decision approaches.

The Seattle Times summarizes Tuesday night’s public hearing on the 2021 city budget, while Real Change looks at the politics at the heard of the budget deliberations.

Crosscut unveils its latest poll results, looking at protests, defunding the police, and the urban/suburban divide.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog and the South Seattle Emerald report that SPD has rolled its new Community Response Group.

The Stranger looks at why there are still numerous constructions projects in Seattle while the rest of the economy is in tatters.

The Seattle Times, AP, MyNorthwest, and Patch report that the Human Rights Commission has called for Mayor Durkan to resign or be removed from office.

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