Friday news roundup

Lots of elections coverage this morning after last night’s Mayoral debate. Plus a smattering of other stories to end the week.

The Seattle Times reports on the city’s reinstatement of the 72-hour parking rule.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at the AIDS Memorial Pathway, the latest addition to the city’s art collection.

The Seattle Times reports that permitting and inspection delays are slowing the rollout of new apartments in Seattle.

The Stranger covers Councilmember Sawant’s proposed new legislation requiring construction employers to cover the cost of employees’ parking downtown, and the ongoing tensions between Sawant and the carpenters’ union.

West Seattle Blog reports on the Fauntleroy neighborhood’s ongoing efforts to get SDOT’s help with traffic issues.

The Seattle Times discusses the troubles facing Seattle’s downtown.

The Seattle Times (here and here), Crosscut (here and here), GeekWire, AP, Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, and The Stranger all have election coverage.

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