Wednesday news roundup

A potpourri of news this morning, for your reading pleasure.

KUOW reports that the City Council is beginning work on a minimum wage ordinance for gig workers.

GeekWire covers the new regulations on food-delivery businesses passed earlier this week.

Crosscut reports that rent assistance in King County is suffering from delays.

Puget Sound Business Journal looks at what’s next for Seattle’s payroll tax, after a recent court ruling upholding the tax.

The South Seattle Emerald has the details on the reopening of Seattle Public Libraries.

The Seattle Times reports that Amazon and Sound Transit are partnering on $100 million in affordable housing investments near light rail stations.

PubliCola, Post Alley, and The Urbanist bring us election news.

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