It’s a potpourri of news day.
The Seattle Times reports on a new city policy that will make it easier for religious organizations to build affordable housing.
PubliCola covers a new fight between the city’s human services department and tiny home village operator LIHI.
The Seattle Times reports on a new UW study shoring the impact of interactions with police on Black youth.
The Stranger looks at the recent PR offensive by SPOG President Mike Solan.
PubliCola reports on the recent firing of an SPD officer after he crashed his patrol vehicle into a parked car and then lied to cover it up.
West Seattle Blog brings us the latest on the West Seattle Bridge.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on a new initiative by the Mayor to reopen Cal Anderson Park and take down the barriers around the East Precinct building.
Law360 reports that local businesses are pushing back on how the city is implementing the new payroll tax.
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