Two stories dominate the morning news: Lisa Herbold officially won the District 1 race, and the Comcast franchise agreement renewal machinations. Continue reading Morning news: Herbold wins, Comcast on hold
The morning news coverage is dominated by continuing fallout from the discovery that Philadelphia negotiated a better deal than Seattle with Comcast as part of their franchise renewal agreement. Continue reading Morning news: Comcast agreement reboot
In this morning’s news: Lisa Herbold won the recount, the Council wants a better franchise deal from Comcast, the SODO arena politics get nasty, and Uber’s paid spokesperson says a union is unnecessary because working for them is a dream job.
The Public Safety, Civil Rights, and Technology Committee today discussed Council Bill 118585, which addresses wage theft and other unfair labor practices. Continue reading Council committee takes up wage theft enforcement
This morning’s news coverage is dominated by coverage of the proposed changes to marijuana zoning, and the plan to build a new basketball/hockey arena in SODO.
The Council walked through the pending legislation coming up for vote this afternoon in the full Council meeting. Continue reading Council briefing 11/30/15
Now that the budget is done, things are getting busy for the City Council again — especially since there is only a month left before the end of several Council members’ terms (and only two weeks before they break for the holidays). Continue reading This week at the City Council – committee wrap-up
This morning’s news covers yesterday’s budget approval, election results, and municipal broadband. Continue reading Tuesday morning news roundup
Today’s full council meeting is the final chapter in the writing of the City of Seattle’s 2016 budget. Continue reading Full council meeting: budget finale
This morning’s Budget Committee meeting — chair Lick Licata’s last — was largely routine, other than one speech by Council member Kshama Sawant.