Tuesday news roundup

The week is in full swing now. Let’s dive in.

The Seattle Times and PubliCola continue reporting on the Black Brilliance Research Project and the plans for a participatory budgeting program.

KOMO reports that the Council has approved an additional $12 million for homeless sheltering, which is expected to be reimbursed at least in part by FEMA.

MyNorthwest and West Seattle Blog preview this morning’s Council committee hearing on a proposed $5.4 million cut to SPD’s budget, including a new proposal that would reduce the cut to $2 million.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers the Council’s passing of a resolution establishing priorities for spending the expected windfall of funding from the American Rescue Plan Act.

The Urbanist updates us on the West Seattle Bridge repair effort.

PubliCola, The Stranger, the Urbanist, and South Seattle Emerald bring us election news.

The Urbanist does a head-to-head comparison of Seattle and Bellevue.

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