Friday news roundup

Welcome to the weekend!

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times has a warning about scammers pretending to be from Seattle City Light.

Northwest Asian Weekly reports on the demotion of SPD’s first AAPI assistant chief for his role in last summer’s protests.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on the reawakening of Seattle, through the lens of Cal Anderson Park.

PubliCola asks whether the SPD consent decree can be fixed.

The Seattle Times has filed a lawsuit over Mayor Durkan’s missing texts from last summer.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog discusses SDOT’s plans for activating Seattle streets.

Mass Transit reports that the new Northgate ped/bike bridge may be named after John Lewis.

The Seattle Times covers yesterday’s announcement of recommendations from the Mayor’s Equitable Communities Initiative task force, and expanded funding for the Seattle Promise program.

West Seattle Blog reports out from a Sound Transit meeting over realignment of light rail to West Seattle.

The South Seattle Emerald updates us on the “Soul Pole.”

Northwest Asian Weekly brings us election news.

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