Tuesday news roundup

A veritable potpourri of news this dreary morning.


The Seattle Times and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog report on the City Council’s approval of new lobbying regulations in Seattle.

The AP and MyNorthwest discuss the Council’s vote yesterday to cover Mayor Durkan’s legal costs for defending against a recall petition.

The Seattle Times reports on a group of small Seattle restaurants coming out in support of the “Jump Start” payroll tax.

KREM and KXLY report that Spokane has hired away four Seattle police officers.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog proposes a new way for Seattle to hold elections.

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

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that the city is posting notices in Cal Anderson Park for the imminent removal of homeless encampments there.

South Seattle Emerald and GeekWire look at Mayor Durkan’s decision not to run for re-election.



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