At this afternoon’s full Council meeting, the nine Council members split on a vote for the first time, and there were many interesting insights into how the dynamics of the group are shaping up.
While she hasn’t explicitly said it yet, it’s now clear that Kshama Sawant opposes the appointment of Larry Weis as the new CEO of Seattle City Light.
The big conversation at this morning’s Council Briefing was, as expected, the 23rd Avenue construction project. Continue reading 23rd Avenue project: “These businesses are being choked.”
The City of Seattle is attempting to map actual broadband speeds throughout the city. You can help them by running the test.
The Presidents’ Day holiday has started this week off quietly in the news department, though it’s sure to pick up today.
Happy Presidents’ Day! Government offices are closed today, so it’s a fairly quiet day on the news front. But the SODO Arena proposal is generating a bit of noise.
With the Presidents’ Day holiday on Monday, things are a bit shifted this week. But there are still several interesting things afoot in Council chambers – several involving Council member Kshama Sawant.
The ongoing debate over police reform tops the news this morning.
Yesterday’s City Council meeting on the emergency homeless response, and the wide conversations in the community, are dominating the news this morning.
Council member Kshama Sawant has started an online petition on two current issues related to homelessness.