Tuesday news roundup

Lots of bits and pieces in the news today. Enjoy.


The Seattle Times reports on yesterday’s announcement of more details on the city’s homeless “shelter surge.”

Westside Seattle covers yesterday’s announcement of the city’s scale-up plans for vaccination sites.

PubliCola discusses the final report of the Black Brilliance Research Project.

KIRO reports on Councilmember Sawant’s call for an investigation into the safety of Puget Sound Energy’s gas pipelines after an underground gas leak and fire in the Central District last week.

KUOW, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and West Seattle Blog bring us election news.

Courthouse News Service reports on a 9th Circuit Court hearing related to a lawsuit challenging a portion of the city’s legislation on hotel workers’ health benefits.

The Urbanist looks at the role “garage businesses” play in economic recoveries, and the pending City Council bill that would lift restrictions on home-based businesses.

The Stranger argues that Seattle has always been a city of ugly buildings.


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