Monday news roundup

Take a deep breath; it’s going to be a long week.

Here’s the news.

KING and Harvard Political Review look at the Sawant recall election.

The Seattle Times reports on the new “block the box” cameras in Seattle.

KUOW looks at why so few hate crimes get investigated and prosecuted in Seattle.

The Seattle Times reports on the relicensing process for three Skagit River dams operated by Seattle City Light, and what it might mean for salmon runs.

KIRO reports that the city will clear a homeless encampment out of Ballard Commons Park on Tuesday.

The Seattle Times argues that the resolution of the Charleena Lyles and Ahmaud Arbery poilice shooting cases doesn’t equate to justice, and discusses the increased crime level in Little Saigon.

KUOW profiles one of Seattle’s “tiny house” villages.


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One comment

  1. I am really going to miss you. You have made it so easy to keep up with what is going on in town – in addition to all the City Council activities.

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