While most of the attention was on the police accountability legislation today, several other things happened that are noteworthy.
A lot of territory got covered this morning, so let’s jump in.
Some quick takes from the Council Briefing and Full Council meeting today.
Here’s some quick hits from today’s Council Briefing and Full Council meetings.
A few items of note happened at the Council Briefing and Full Council meetings today.
A few quick notes from this morning’s Council Briefing.
Yesterday the Office of Intergovernmental Relations (OIR) gave the Council its first update on how things are going in Olympia, as the state legislative session ramps up.
A bunch of tidbits from this morning’s roundtable with the Council members.
The Council also received its first briefing from the Office of Intergovernmental Relations on the state legislative session, but I’m writing that up separately — there’s a lot happening there.
This morning the Office of Intergovernmental Relations (OIR) brought their “federal team” to present to the City Council on what the Trump Administration, together with a Republican-controlled Congress, will mean for Seattle. The most frequently used word to describe it: “sobering.”
Here’s a quick rundown on what happened today.