Thursday news roundup

As we all await the state Supreme Court’s ruling on I-976, here’s the rest of the news.

The Seattle Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, MyNorthwest, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, South Seattle Emerald, and The Stranger cover the Mayor’s announcement of a new task force to provide recommendations on how to invest $100 million in BIPOC communities.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at what the debate over making the King County Sheriff an appointed position means for policing in Seattle.

The International Examiner and Seattle Bike Blog argue in favor of renewing the Seattle Transportation Benefit District.

The Urbanist reports that eight cities have opted out of the county-wide property tax for homeless services in favor of doing one of their own.

Real Change reports that the state Supreme Court has dismissed the recall petition against Mayor Durkan.

West Seattle Blog and the Seattle Times brings us the latest on the debate over whether to repair or replace the West Seattle Bridge.

Real Change dives into the issues around the city’s proposed 2021 budget.

PubliCola takes a hard look at Seattle’s “neo-suburban” model.

West Seattle Blog reports out from the West Seattle Junction Plaza safety meeting.


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