Tuesday news roundup

There is much to read this morning. Let’s dig in.

The Seattle Times, Seattle PI, KING, MyNorthwest, and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog cover the Council’s passage yesterday of several tenant protection bills.

KIRO reports that SPD has a large hiring class this year, which will almost make up for its large officer attrition over the past year.

The Urbanist covers a judge’s ruling upholding the city’ payroll tax.

The Stranger reports that the City Council is looking into decriminalizing psychedelic drugs.

Crosscut looks at whether Seattle workers will return to riding the bus.

KING covers the fight over who should be responsible for a homeless camp on public school property in Bitter Lake.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog updates us on what’s happening with street parking rates.

The Stranger looks at the Seattle streets we hate.

The Urbanist gives an update on the proposed West Marginal Way bike connector.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog breaks down the parts of Mayor Durkan’s $100 million pledge for investments in Seattle’s BIPOC communities.

KUOW brings us election news.


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