Friday news roundup

Let’s celebrate getting through the week insurrection-free.

Here’s the news.


KING and the AP look at the recent court ruling on a proposed safe consumption site in Philadelphia and what it means for Seattle’s efforts.

Capitol Hill Seattle Block reports that the plywood and barricades are coming down around the East Precinct.

Crosscut covers the upcoming round of negotiations with SPOG, and the effect that SPOG President Mike Solan’s recent comments may have.

Seattle Bike Blog notes that despite getting authorization from the state last year, automated camera enforcement for crosswalks has not yet been rolled out by SDOT.

The South Seattle Emerald gives us the details on the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day march scheduled for Monday.

West Seattle Blog reports out from the most recent West Seattle Bridge Community Task Force meeting.

The Seattle Medium covers yesterday’s testimony in Olympia on proposed police reform bills.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog brings us local election news.


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