Some local election news to start the week.
The Seattle Times, Crosscut, KING, PubliCola, Indian Country Today, the South Seattle Emerald, and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog report that Colleen Echohawk is running for Mayor of Seattle.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers Saturday’s press conference by SPD Interim Chief Diaz, who announced a crackdown on protesters destroying and vandalizing property.
PubliCola reports on discussion of SDOT’s proposed new traffic-flow technology that tracks cell phones as they travel the city’s streets.
The Seattle Medium reports that Black Lives Matter Seattle-King County has sent a letter to Mayor Durkan demanding that the city halt negotiations with SPOG.
The Sightline Institute argues that it’s time to stop using natural gas in our buildings.
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The Sightline Institute argues that ***tit’s*** time to stop using natural gas in our buildings.
-Typo, just in case the writer sees this! Hope it’s fixed 🙂
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