With the head tax vote behind them, expect a calmer week in City Hall — and a shorter one as everyone prepares for Memorial Day weekend. But there will still be fireworks, as a resolution to kick off the Waterfront LID process comes up for a vote Monday afternoon.
It will be another busy week for the Council, starting with more head tax drama on Monday afternoon.
Hopefully this week will have less fireworks.
It’s going to be another busy week.
This week is not nearly as busy as last week, but there’s still a lot going on. Headlining will be the start of deliberations on a new tax on businesses.
It’s going to be a very busy week on the second floor of City Hall. Fasten your seat belt.
After last week’s packed schedule, this week will be mercifully light.
It’s going to be a very busy week for the Council: a contentious parking vote on Monday, more debate on the proposed head tax, arguing about the Center City Streetcar, and lots of new legislation being introduced. Also, the Convention Center expansion, the Comprehensive Plan, rules for street and alley vacations, and bringing light rail to Ballard and West Seattle.
Closing the book on the Battery Street Tunnel, and other things happening this week…
Another fun week coming up: parking, rent bidding, land use code, surveillance technology, and Council members’ conflicts of interest all up for discussion.