Thursday news roundup

Car tabs and street sinks. Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times reports on the City Council’s spending plan for the increased vehicle license fee revenues it expects this year.

The Stranger looks at what’s delaying the “street sinks” program.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on Councilmember Sawant’s new tenant protection bills.

KING speaks with a local health expert about what happens if we don’t reach “herd immunity” on COVID.

The Seattle Times reports that the wall around the East Precinct is coming down.

GeekWire covers a new report on what happened last year to jobs in tech hub cities.

PubliCola reports that the city is starting to increase homeless encampment removals.

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