Thursday news roundup

All eyes are on Cal Anderson Park as we wait for a judge’s ruling on whether an encampment removal can proceed.


The Seattle Times, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, The Stranger, KING, KIRO, and KOMO report on the effort to remove the homeless encampment from Cal Anderson Park, and the emergency lawsuit trying to stop it.

Puget Sound Business Journal and West Seattle Blog cover the Mayor’s extension of a moratorium on residential and commercial evictions to March 31.

The Seattle Times reports that the Seattle Police Department overran its budget for overtime this year, and the City Council is pushing back.

The AP looks at the update to the city’s lobbying regulations passed by the City Council this week.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses the newly-announced Cultural Spaces Agency.

Seattle Bike Blog looks at the city’s new report on its carbon footprint.

PubliCola covers Seattle’s newfound appreciation of “walking streets.”

The Seattle Times has an editorial on the Seattle Promise free college tuition program.



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