Tuesday news roundup

A new homelessness report, Sound Transit rethinks the way it names stations, and more.

The Seattle Times and Q13 look at a new report from the City Council on the city’s homelessness response investments and why there is so little visible impact.

The Seattle Times and Capitol Hill Seattle Blog report that the city is re-opening its downtown vaccination hub and reviving its mobile vaccination units.

Puget Sound Business Journal reports on who got the largest bills for the Waterfront LID.

KING covers a protest related to Seattle City Light’s dams on the Skagit River.

The Seattle PI looks at the Monorail’s makeover for the grand opening of Climate Pledge Arena.

The Urbanist details the updates to Sound Transit’s station-naming policy.

KING, Seattle Times (here and here), and the Washington Observer bring us election news.


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