Wednesday news roundup

So much to read about this morning… grab a cup of coffee and settle in.

The Washington Times and MyNorthwest look at the updates to the city’s lobbying regulations passed by the Council earlier this week.

The South Seattle Emerald, Seattle Medium, The Seattle Times, and The Stranger cover yesterday’s announcement of a new Cultural Spaces Public Development Authority in Seattle.

The Seattle PI reports on a new round of COVID relief approved by the Council.

The Seattle Times, The Stranger, Seattle PI, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and PubliCola cover the scheduled sweep of homeless encampments from Cal Anderson Park this morning.

Bloomberg looks at the trend toward “hotelling” homeless individuals, including here in Seattle.

The Stranger and PubliCola report on the update on the Black Brilliance Research Project delivered to the City Council on Monday.

Crosscut looks at the effect — and inconsistent/biased implementation — of the city’s bike helmet law.

The Urbanist argues that Mayor Durkan is a failed Mayor.


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