Tuesday news roundup

The Council makes some changes to SPD’s budget, and more.

The Seattle Times, AP, KING, KIRO, and KOMO cover yesterday’s vote by the City Council on a spending plan for $15 million of salary savings within SPD’s budget.

MyNorthwest reports on the Council’s indefinite delay in lifting the $4 per hour “hazard pay” mandate for grocery workers.

The Urbanist looks at what the 2020 Census numbers mean for redistricting Seattle’s City Council districts.

MyNorthwest covers the city’s discussion of decriminalizing psychedelic drugs.

The Urbanist discusses what it would take to make streetcars thrive in Seattle.


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