Wednesday news roundup

Lots of commentary this morning.


The Seattle Times reports that problems abound with how SPD stores evidence.

The South Seattle Emerald covers the latest developments in the contempt charge against SPD for violating an injunction restricting its use of crowd-control weapons.

The Seattle Medium reports that the Seattle Preschool Program has won another award.

The Stranger asks, “Will I get arrested for being in Cal Anderson Park?”

The South Seattle Emerald looks at the difference that a city Equitable Development Initiative grant has made for the Black and Tan House in South Seattle.

The Urbanist critiques a long-shot proposal for a gondola from West Seattle to downtown.

The South Seattle Emerald has an op-ed raising several criticisms of KOMO’s recent “Fight for the Soul of Seattle” segment.

The Seattle Times published an editorial once again criticizing the payroll tax (and praising the lawsuit recently filed against it).



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