Tuesday news roundup

Remember yesterday when I said that it was a “slow start to a busy week”? I’m going to retire that phrase — clearly the gods were not amused.

Here’s the coverage on Mayor Durkan’s announcement yesterday that she will not be seeking re-election next year:

KOMO covers a new COVID relief programs for restaurants, bars and their workers.

The Seattle PI reports on the latest with the recall effort against Councilmember Sawant.

The Seattle Times, Q13, KOMO, and the South Seattle Emerald cover a court ruling yesterday finding the city in contempt for violating an injunction on SPD’s use of crowd-control weapons.

KOMO looks at a new report on 911 calls to SPD.

PubliCola reports on a request for the City Council to lift some provisos on SPD’s 2020 budget.

The Seattle Times and KOMO report that the city has settled a long-running wrongful-death lawsuit over SPD’s killing of Che Taylor.


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