No big stories today, but plenty of City Council news nonetheless.
With the ailing Pronto bikeshare system up for consideration again tomorrow, discussion has popped up in the news again. Also ongoing coverage of responses to the homelessness crisis.
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.
In the run-up to this afternoon’s meeting, the city’s response to the homelessness crisis is dominating the news this morning. Plus a few other tidbits.
This morning an emerging discussion of “secure scheduling” for workers dominates the news, with continuing coverage of the homelessness crisis.
The big news this morning is Mayor Ed Murray’s proposal to double the housing levy.
This morning we’re talking about bikes, buses, construction, and living on the streets of Seattle.
Two news items this morning raking in coverage: the fate of the pilot bike-share program, and (finally) a vote scheduled for the street vacation required to build the new SODO Arena.
The big news this morning (well, besides Russell Wilson in the Pro Bowl) is the upcoming Council deliberations on what to do with Pronto, the money-losing bike share program.