Wednesday news roundup

Tree pollen season is the worst, amiright?

Also: teachers and childcare workers, go get your COVID vaccines — the Governor says it’s ok now.

Here’s the news.


The Seattle Times looks at how the city is clearing homeless encampments out of Denny Park, without police.

KIRO reports that the city is starting the Council redistricting process.

KOMO covers the conversations in City Hall over federal COVID relief funding.

MyNorthwest brings us election coverage.

Q13 and Crosscut discuss the ongoing eviction moratorium, from different angles.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on Councilmember Sawant’s call for a state investigation into the safety of Puget Sound Energy’s gas pipes after an underground leak and fire in the Central District last week.

PubliCola looks at the struggles of the Regional Homeless Authority to get off the ground, after their preferred candidate for CEO turned down the job.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that the wall around the West Precinct has come down, but the one around the East Precinct is sticking around for a while longer.


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