More election news, plus a smattering of other goings-on.
Q13 reports on the city’s distribution of $10.4 million in funding for increasing public safety in the city’s BIPOC communities.
The South Seattle Emerald catches us up on the campaign to recall Councilmember Sawant.
KOMO reports that burglaries are on the rise in Alaska Junction.
PubliCola looks at a proposal to broadly include facial recognition technology under Seattle’s surveillance technology law.
Crosscut suggests that for solutions to the homeless crisis, Seattle should look to New York and Vancouver.
PubliCola discusses a new report out this morning from the Office of the Inspector General for Public Safety on last summer’s clashes between police and protesters.
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