Monday news roundup

Welcome back! Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times covers the proposed changes to SPU rates.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on a new COVID “mutual aid” grant program being run by SPU.

KING says that vaccinations will be offered at Seattle Sounders home games.

The Seattle Times reports that demand for office space is rebounding.

The South Seattle Emerald looks at whether ticketing vehicle residents is the equivalent to an “eviction.”

The Urbanist covers the Freight Advisory Board’s pushback on a new bike lane along West Marginal Way.

The International Examiner brings us election news.

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One comment

  1. What is the value of bike lanes if companies just use them to store container crates/etc in them?
    How long/often has there been a container crate blocking the bike lanes on Broadway at this point?

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