Thursday news roundup

More elections news, but a lot of non-election stuff too.

The Seattle Times, Crosscut, KUOW, Seattle Bike Blog, The Stranger, MyNorthwest, PubliCola, and West Seattle Blog continue election coverage.

The Seattle Times and The Urbanist cover a round of recent bills passed by the City Council, including two returned unsigned by Mayor Durkan.

The Seattle PI looks at the proposed $52 million “Seattle Rescue Plan 2”.

Newsweek reports that Postmates has settled for $1 million allegations that it underpaid workers for sick pay.

KUOW talks with a Seattle business owner about why he wants to see more SPD officer downtown.

The South Seattle Emerald reports that SPD may have broken HIPAA laws, and then lied about it.

KING covers Green Lake residents’ frustrations over a street closure and the homeless encampment growing nearby.

PubliCola reports that a proposed tiny home village in the University District may finally be moving forward.

Crosscut looks a recent books suggesting Seattle should be thinking small.

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