Another super-busy Thursday in Seattle news. I guess that’s what happens when you’re no longer an anarchist jurisdiction.
Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the huge campaign war chests that both sides have built as they wait for the state Supreme Court to rule on the recall petition against Councilmember Sawant.
PubliCola covers the pending bill that would cut $5.4 million from SPD’s budget.
GeekWire reports that Seattle City Light will be setting up a vacant lot as an electric vehicle charging site.
Crosscut has an op-ed on the grocery store hazard pay ordinance.
The Seattle Times has an op-ed from the Seattle court-appointed police monitor looking at the future of policing in Seattle.