Wednesday news roundup

The West Seattle Bridge, the Navigation Team replacement, and more.


KING, MyNorthwest and the South Seattle Emerald discuss the new proposal for replacing the Navigation Team.

The Seattle Times, West Seattle Blog, and The Urbanist report on the newly-released cost-benefit analysis for repair and replacement options for the West Seattle Bridge.

KIRO looks at what the recent wave of officers leaving SPD are saying in their exit interviews.

MyNorthwest and Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce report that the city has settled a lawsuit over the City Council’s alleged violation of the Open Public Meetings Act.

The Seattle Times looks at the contradictory court cases alleging that during the summer protests the city took heavy-handed action and also didn’t do enough.

The South Seattle Emerald reports that the city is making free flu shots available, but there are issues with how the program is being rolled out.

The Seattle Times looks at whether the City Council may impose a new car-tab fee now that the state Supreme Court has thrown out Initiative 976.


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