Wednesday news roundup

The Council slow-walks a potential cut to SPD’s budget, and more.

KIRO, KOMO, Crosscut, Seattle PI, PubliCola, and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog cover yesterday’s City Council meeting in which Councilmembers debated a reduced cut to SPD’s budget than had been proposed earlier.

The Seattle Times covers the opening of Seattle’s first hotel for homeless people.

KING reports that the city’s push to open more tiny home villages is being slowed down by state environmental red tape.

┬áCapitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses Councilmember Sawant’s effort to push new tenant protections.

The Urbanist looks at how people are using their Democracy Vouchers.

Seattle Bike Blog reports that a new bike connector in Uptown has begun construction.

West Seattle Blog updates us on West Seattle Bridge repairs.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog brings us election news.

South Seattle Emerald reports on a controversial volunteer group removing trash from homeless encampments.

The Stranger weighs in on “Seattle versus Bellevue.”

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