Wednesday news roundup

We’re talking about the Sawant recall, the Charleena Lyles settlement, and more this morning.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog, Puget Sound Business Journal, MyNorthwest, and the Center Square discuss the Sawant recall election.

The Seattle Times, KUOW, MyNorthwest, and PubliCola report that the estate of Charleena Lyles has settled with the City of Seattle over her death at the hands of police officers.

The Seattle Times looks at what the 2020 Census numbers tell us about where Seattle has grown over the last ten years.

Forbes discusses housing in Seattle.

The Seattle Times looks at how our recent bout of severe weather has made things worse for Seattle’s homeless population.

MyNorthwest covers the proposal to add a new bike lane to the west side of Green Lake.

KOMO reports on how SPD’s staffing crisis has impacted 911 response times.

The South Seattle Emerald covers the ongoing public safety issues around the Mount Baker light rail station.

The Urbanist looks as the city’s transportation priorities for the upcoming state legislative session.

The Stranger discusses Seattle’s “COVID bubble.”

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