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 Chamber of Commerce lawsuit still tops the news this morning. Continue reading News roundup: Chamber of Commerce lawsuit
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.
A little bit of everything this morning.
Council President Bruce Harrell has announced that he is hosting a meeting tonight to discuss the recently announced third sanctioned encampment in Othello.
The headline this morning is the deep divide that appeared in the City Council over the fate of the Pronto bike-share system.
As advertised, the Sustainability and Transportation Committee had a long discussion on whether to bail out the ailing Pronto bikeshare system, with a deep division emerging and in the end no consensus.
Several Council members are holding office hours out in their districts on Thursday and this week.
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.