Yesterday’s confirmation of Larry Weis as CEO of Seattle City Light tops the news coverage this morning. Plus a discussion of safe injection sites.
This morning we find out what one White Center citizen thinks of the Seattle City Council, plus park encroachments.
This morning’s news includes a preview of a Council hearing this morning on encroachments onto Parks land, an interview with Council member Burgess about Pronto, and discussion of possible legislation on secure scheduling.
Yesterday’s Council hearings on the SODO Arena have everyone’s attention this morning. Plus, more on the Pronto buyout.
Affordable housing tops the news this morning.
The vote to recommend Larry Weis’s confirmation as CEO of Seattle City Light headlines the news this morning.
It’s a bad week to be working on a construction project in Seattle.
News coverage is dominated by op-ed pieces this morning, especially related to Larry Weis’s confirmation vote tomorrow.
Three big topics in the news this morning: the corrected vote on the Pronto bikeshare system, the Chamber of Commerce’s lawsuit against the city over allowing Uber drivers to unionize, and the Mayor’s proposal for the housing levy.
The headline this morning is the deep divide that appeared in the City Council over the fate of the Pronto bike-share system.