Monday news roundup

The weather forecast is pretty amazing this week — plan to get out and enjoy it!

Here’s the news.

The Seattle PI reports that SDOT is about to let more traffic use the West Seattle low bridge.

PubliCola looks at why it’s taking so long for the “street sink” program to move forward.

KING reports that a statewide version of Seattle’s ordinance granting a right to counsel for tenants facing eviction is poised to pass the Legislature.

The Seattle Times investigates the continuing problems with moonlighting SPD officers.

Crosscut writes that labor representatives are calling out QFC for closing two stores after the City Council passed its “hazard pay” ordinance.

The Seattle Times has an editorial encouraging District 3 residents to sign the recall petition against Councilmember Sawant.

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