Monday news roundup

Enjoy the break in the rain today, because it won’t last.

Here’s the news.

The Seattle Times looks at what the 2020 census data tells us about changes in racial diversity in Seattle’s neighborhoods.

The Urbanist looks at the debate over the role of “tiny homes” in the city’s homelessness response.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog brings us the latest on the plans for remaking Pike and Pine over I-5.

The Seattle Times takes us inside the refurbished Westlake monorail station.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the city’s plan to return to enforcing the 72-hour parking rule.

Crosscut reports on the surge in indigenous public art in Seattle.

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