Thursday news roundup

Well that happened. It looks like the Republic survived — if we can keep it.

Here’s the news.

 

The Seattle Times and AP cover Councilmember Mosqueda’s announcement that she will run for re-election to the City Council this year.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog and The Stranger report that the state Supreme Court is expected to rule today on the recall petition filed against Councilmember Sawant.

MyNorthwest looks at the expansion of subpoena powers for the city’s police accountability bodies that the City Council approved on Monday.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on the draft changes to SPD’s crowd-control and use-of-force policies, and how you can provide feedback.

NextCity takes a look at the newly-formed arts Public Development Authority.

MyBallard reports that there are openings on the Landmarks Preservation Board, and lets you know how you can apply.

Seattle Bike Blog looks at the issues with the funding source for the city’s Stay Healthy Streets.

 


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