This afternoon’s discussion of the ailing Pronto bikeshare system had a little bit of everything: split opinion in public comments, financial wonkiness, city staff being grilled, and one eyebrow-raising revelation.
This morning’s Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee meeting began the process of hearing the appeals of Swedish Health Services’ master plan application. Most importantly, it laid out the formal process that will follow.
No big stories today, but plenty of City Council news nonetheless.
Tomorrow morning, the Planning, Land Use and Zoning Committee hears an application from Swedish Health Services to approve a new master plan for their Cherry Hill campus that allows for significant expansion on the site — both horizontally and vertically. And the neighbors are not happy.
Council members Lisa Herbold and Rob Johnson today both announced information about their district offices — each taking a different approach.
With the ailing Pronto bikeshare system up for consideration again tomorrow, discussion has popped up in the news again. Also ongoing coverage of responses to the homelessness crisis.
The second public hearing on Larry Weis’s confirmation as CEO of Seattle City Light took place tonight. Continue reading Larry Weis confirmation hearing, round 2
Mayor Ed Murray’s State of the City address yesterday tops the news this morning.
This afternoon I walked the length of the 23rd Avenue road construction project that was the subject of the lengthy Council briefing this morning (and has been in the news). My photos are below.