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.
Two topics dominate the news this morning: reaction to the idea f building a fence around the unsanctioned homeless encampment under I-5 known as the Jungle, and the dueling plans for the future of the Pronto bike-share system.
Discussion of the homelessness crisis in Seattle and what to do about “The Jungle” encampment, as well as police reform in the aftermath of the Che Taylor shooting, top the news this morning. But lots more too…
Yesterday’s council committee hearing on the city’s homelessness response is in the news this morning.
A news article this morning notes that Airbnb purged 1500 listings from its site before supplying numbers to New York City regulators.
Lots of topics in the news this morning. Let’s jump in…
A lot happened in City Hall yesterday.