Tuesday news roundup

Topping the news today: how the city is changing the way it deals with the homelessness crisis.

The Seattle Times, Puget Sound Business Journal, and Q13 report that a group have business leaders have sent a letter to Seattle elected officials complaining that city parks have become “dangerous and chaotic.”

KIRO, the Seattle Times, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and MyNorthwest cover the Council’s vote to fund a replacement for the Navigation Team through the end of the year.

The Stranger alerts us to the Council’s public hearing on the 2021 city budget tonight.

PubliCola and West Seattle Blog report on an emerging controversy over a proposal to decriminalize many misdemeanor offenses in Seattle.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the OPA’s latest round of case findings stemming from complaints of SPD’s handling of protests over the summer.

West Seattle Blog brings us the latest on the West Seattle Bridge.

The South Seattle Emerald looks at the Council’s response to the Mayor’s proposal for investing $100 million in BIPOC communities in Seattle.


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