Thursday news roundup

The Governor has a new plan for addressing homelessness, the Seattle Times wants the sidewalks fixed, and more.

The Seattle Times and The Urbanist report on Governor Inslee’s new $815 million plan for addressing homelessness in the state.

Seattle Bike Blog tracks a new appeal filed against SDOT’s latest plan for the “missing link” of the Burke-Gilman Trail.

The Seattle Times brings us the latest on the Sawant recall as ballot-counting winds down.

KUOW reports that the City Council has approve a “10-minute rule” on Councilmembers’ speeches.

The Stranger covers the City Council’s rescinding of its “hazard pay” mandate for grocery workers.

West Seattle Blog has notes from a meeting between two recently-elected local officials and the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce.

MyNorthwest talks with Mayor Durkan on her term in office.

The Seattle Times has an editorial urging the city to get moving on fixing the city’s sidewalks.

Thanks for reading!