Wednesday news roundup

Admit it: the cool-down is nice, isn’t it?

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times, AP, and Q13 report on a judge’s ruling upholding the Fair Chance Housing ordinance.

MyNorthwest looks at SDOT’s plan to increase street parking rates during major events.

Seattle Medium reports on the city’s $1 million grant program for community based K-12 and summer learning programs.

Law360 covers the appeal of a recent ruling upholding the city’s payroll tax.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports on the latest cleanup of a homeless encampment in a park on Capitol Hill.

Crosscut looks behind the scenes as the OPA prepares to release its finding on whether SPD officers participated in the January 6th insurrection in D.C.

PubliCola reports that the city’s hotel-based shelters are filled up, but few are moving on to permanent housing.

SeattleMet wonders if the “Seattle is Dying” myth — decades old — will ever die.

The South Seattle Emerald writes that Council District 2 has a disproportionate share of traffic deaths in the city.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog reports that the Recall Sawant campaign is nearing the required number of signatures to get on the ballot.

The Seattle Times and KUOW bring us election news.

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