Wednesday news roundup

There’s a little bit of everything in the news this morning.

KUOW covers the Council’s move to temporarily eliminate interest charges on delinquent utility bills.

KING looks at the debate over RV camping for many of the city’s homeless population.

The Urbanist covers the proposed “Seattle Rescue Plan” for spending the city’s share of ARPA relief funding.

GeekWire looks at whether Seattle’s tech workers will be heading back downtown.

The Urbanist reports on SDOT’s recent work on adding new bike lanes.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog covers a recent Central District rally calling for more ARPA funding to be invested in Black communities.

The Stranger asks whether Seattle is on the cusp of a larger renaissance for “cafe streets.”

PubliCola reports on the return to some familiar programs as Seattle’s hotel rooms for homeless individuals fill up.

KUOW, Crosscut, and the South Seattle Emerald bring us election news.

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