Monday news roundup

Welcome to the last week of February. Is it just me, or did the month fly by?

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times looks at a new report showing that people aren’t leaving Seattle’s urban neighborhoods, but they’re not moving in either.

MyNorthwest covers a bill that would duplicate Seattle’s soda tax statewide, while South Seattle Emerald tracks another bill that would address “driving while poor.”

The Seattle Times reports that the payments processing company used by the City of Seattle got hit by a ransomware attack.

West Seattle Blog reports out from City Attorney Pete Holmes’ visit to the West Seattle Crime Prevention Council.

Post Alley looks at Seattle Equitable Development Initiative.

Puget Sound Business Journal brings us election news.


 

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