While we wait for yesterday’s election votes to be counted, here’s today’s news coverage of the City Council.
After slogging through twelve amendments to the bill, the Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee forwarded on the Mandatory Housing Affordability (MHA) residential framework bill for the full Council’s approval on August 15th.
The big news story is yesterday’s vote to ban the practice of conversion therapy on minors.
By unanimous vote, the City Council passed an ordinance this afternoon banning the practice of gay “conversion therapy” on minors.
There is a lot happening as Council members try to move things forward before their recess later this month.
Good morning, and happy Monday! Let’s get to the news — and remember to vote!
If you’re a housing and zoning wonk, you’re going to want to spend time at City Hall this week.
A smattering of news coverage this morning, including discussion of affordable housing.
Word is getting out about Seattle’s proposed ban on gay “conversion therapy.”
At the start of yesterday’s Gender Equity, Safe Communities, and New Americans Committee, there was a large, angry crowd of people waving “Black Lives Matter” signs who took turns decrying the proposed $160 million North Precinct headquarters as a “militarized bunker” and an extravagance.