Friday news roundup

Welcome to Friday! You survived another week. Now here’s the news.

The Seattle Times covers a whistleblower report on how the Mayor’s Office mishandled public document requests after some of Mayor Durkan’s texts were deleted.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog and Seattle Bike Blog report that the Council is still looking at how to use revenues from a $20 vehicle license fee to pay for $100 million in transportation projects, much of it bridge maintenance.

The Seattle Times looks at why it’s taking so long for SPU to get “street sinks” deployed.

The Urbanist discusses what permanent “stay healthy streets” might look like.

The Seattle Times and PubliCola report that the proposed ballot language for the Compassion Seattle charter amendment is being challenged in court.

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