A study released last week confirms something that many people in the homeless-services community had suspected: a key tool used to assess and prioritize homeless people in King County for access to services is biased against people of color.
The Council begins discussing budget issues this week.
I’m back from two days experiencing first-hand PG&E’s attempt to turn Northern California into a third-world country.
Here’s this morning’s news.
This afternoon, the City of Seattle announced that it has reached a settlement in the lawsuit filed by the owner of the Showbox property over the city’s “spot zone” of the Showbox to prevent it from being redeveloped.
The Council speaks out against I-976, and lots more interesting reading this morning.
Here’s what happened today in Council Chambers.
Last week the Mayor’s Office officially transmitted to the City Council its “Fare Share” legislation, imposing a tax on Uber and Lyft rides and enforcing a minimum wage for drivers. A close read of the bills reveals some interesting details and nuances.
Welcome back from a beautiful weekend (unless you’re a Husky football fan).
The City Council general election is now less than a month away.
It’s a paperwork week for the Council.
The election is one month from tomorrow.
Here’s the news.