Wednesday news roundup

Cafe streets are sticking around, and some students can now get vaccinated.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, Puget Sound Business Journal, and MyBallard cover the Council’s approval of an extension of the city’s “cafe streets” permitting program.

CBS News reports on the high officer attrition at SPD, while Crosscut looks at what is happening (or not) to the proposed $5.4 million additional cut to SPD’s budget.

The Seattle Times, South Seattle Emerald, and Seattle Medium report that the City of Seattle will be offering vaccinations to nearly 17,000 students before the end of the school year, while the Seattle Times looks at the volunteers helping with the vaccination effort at Lumen Field.

Crosscut asks whether the Compassion Seattle charter amendment would lead to fewer tent encampments in Seattle.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on the city’s preparations for the upcoming Pride Month.

The Urbanist argues for further upzoning in the Roosevelt neighborhood as Sound Transit prepares to open the light rail station there.

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