A quiet end to a big week.
A quiet morning on the local political front.
It took nearly nine hours today, but the City Council hammered together most of a budget for the next two years.
Only one story today: yesterday’s approval of the police officers’ labor contract.
The Council’s vote this afternoon on the SPOG contract leads the news this morning.
Not a lot of meetings this week, but some of the ones that are scheduled are a big deal.
Heading for a Tuesday showdown on the SPOG contract, and Rob Johnson says one term is enough.
This morning, District 4 Council member Rob Johnson announced that he will not be seeking re-election next fall.
This morning, twenty four community leaders held a press conference to announce that they were collectively urging the City Council to reject the proposed contract with Seattle police officers.