Friday news roundup

We made it to the weekend!

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times discusses a state Supreme Court ruling yesterday clarifying the rules for inquests in King County.

KING reports on Seattle City Light’s recently-approved rate plan for the next five years.

Northwest Asian Weekly covers the Equitable Community Initiative’s proposed spending plan, now in the City Council’s hands.

The Urbanist looks at the proposed growth targets for King County.

KING reports that a business in a Seattle park trying to protect itself from property crime is running afoul of the city’s surveillance-technology ordinance.

The South Seattle Emerald discusses a new indigenous landmark designation in Licton Springs.

PubliCola covers the approval of the initial staffing plan for the regional homeless authority.

And finally, with ballots arriving in mailboxes now, there is a tidal wave of election coverage:

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