Friday news roundup

The state Supreme Court threw out the recall petition filed against Mayor Durkan, and more.

The Seattle Times, Crosscut, The Stranger, KING, KIRO, Q13, KOMO, and the Washington Examiner report that the Washington State Supreme Court has reversed a lower-court ruling and dismissed a recall petition filed against Mayor Durkan.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog provides an update on the recall petition against Council member Sawant.

GeekWire covers the Mayor’s signing of an ordinance imposing a minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers.

MyNorthwest looks at what’s at stake for the local maritime industry in the decision whether to repair or replace the West Seattle Bridge.

PubliCola reports that it’s taking longer than originally expected to spin up the new regional homeless authority.

The Urbanist looks at the latest cutbacks to the planned expansion of the RapidRide bus system.

PubliCola reports that SPD’s parking-enforcement unit, which is proposed to be transferred over to SDOT, is interested in expanding its duties.

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