Wednesday news roundup

The County Council votes to take over City Hall Park, the City Council votes to set an end-date for hazard pay for grocery workers, and more.

KING and MyNorthwest report that the City Council has set an end-date for its $4 per hour “hazard pay” mandate for grocery workers.

The Seattle Times, the AP, Seattle Weekly, and KOMO cover the King County Council’s vote to approve a land-swap with the city of Seattle that would see it taking over City Hal Park.

Capitol Hill Seattle Blog looks at Mayor-elect Harrell’s first round of cabinet appointments.

The Urbanist covers a new announcement of funding for affordable housing projects, and looks back at the funding levels for the past few years.

PubliCola reports on a new OPA ruling clearing an SPD officer of accusations of biased policing, and dives into why it’s so difficult to prove such claims.

Thanks for reading!