A quick post this morning, as I need to run down to the courthouse for the Ramirez hearing…
Q13 discusses controversy over the Mayor’s choice to deliver his State of the City speech next week at a mosque.
Seattle Times reports on the City Council’s discussion yesterday on the options for filling in the “missing link” on the Burke-Gilman Trail.
The International Examiner looks at a recent rally organized by Council member Kshama Sawant.
The Ballard News-Tribune covers a zoning rules dispute over row houses.
The Urbanist covers last week’s Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee meeting.
In the news this morning: yesterday’s vote on paid family leave, and today’s discussion of bike paths.
The week is getting off to a quiet start. The news is mostly recaps from last Friday’s committee hearing on transportation issues.
Congratulations! You made it to Friday! We wrap up the week with lots of commentary, and only a few tidbits of actual news.
The city’s vote earlier this week to cut ties with Wells Fargo Bank still tops the news.
Yesterday’s Council vote to cut ties with Wells Fargo Bank is all the news this morning. Well, almost.
I hope everyone is dug out from the snow today…
I hope you’re staying safe in the snow this morning…