This afternoon, the Sustainability and Transportation Committee voted to recommend approval of some changes to the Seattle Transportation Benefit District plan. It includes a high-profile proposal from Mayor Durkan, and another interesting program that is slipping through almost unnoticed: a limited private bus system.
It’s going to be a very busy week for the Council. Especially Tuesday. Continue reading This week: busy busy busy
Lots of topics in committee meetings this week…
It was a short Council Briefing without any presentations, but here are the highlights from the roundtable discussion.
It looks like Tuesday is going to be the super interesting day in Council Chamber this week.
The week kicks off with a Full Council meeting that will draw some headlines. Then the Council kicks off a bunch of budget work.
Lots of things happening this week in Council chambers, including a committee vote on Larry Weis’ confirmation, kickoff of lawmaking for secure scheduling, the Seattle Housing Levy, and a look at the FIRS Center.
The Seattle Transportation Benefit District Board met this afternoon. Council member Rasmussen chairs the board, and the other eight council members are all members of the board.