There was a lot happening today. New department directors, new protections for domestic workers, support for dairy workers, discussion of the proposed Waterfront LID, and what SPD is doing about recent “shots fired” incidents in the Central District.
As expected, this morning the “Domestic workers’ bill of rights” passed out of committee with much fanfare and no opposition.
Thursday morning, the City Council’s Housing, Health, Energy and Workers’ Rights committee will take up the “domestic workers’ bill of rights” proposed by Council member Teresa Mosqueda.
This week Council member Teresa Mosqueda is introducing a “domestic workers’ bill of rights,” an ordinance that establishes several rights and protections for domestic workers in Seattle.