In the middle of Mayor Durkan’s press conference announcing the resignation of SPd Chief Kathleen O’Toole, she dropped a bombshell: she has also accepted the resignation of Larry Weis as CEO of Seattle City Light.
Yesterday’s confirmation of Larry Weis as CEO of Seattle City Light tops the news coverage this morning. Plus a discussion of safe injection sites.
This afternoon the full City Council, by a 7-2 vote, confirmed the Mayor’s nomination of Larry Weis as the new General Manager and CEO of Seattle City Light.
The final confirmation vote on the nomination of Larry Weis comes up tomorrow at the full Council meeting. Plus, in committees this week: safe injection sites, secure scheduling, prescription drug disposal, police department staffing, and new regulations for tour and excursion vehicles. Continue reading This week: Larry Weis finale, and lots of committee work
The vote to recommend Larry Weis’s confirmation as CEO of Seattle City Light headlines the news this morning.
This afternoon the Energy and Environment Committee voted by the thinnest of margins to recommend confirmation of Larry Weis’ appointment as CEO of Seattle City Light.
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.
Energy and Environment Committee chair Kshama Sawant has put off “for a week or so” the confirmation vote on Larry Weis for CEO of Seattle City Light, on the request of a group of environmental activists.
No big stories today, but plenty of City Council news nonetheless.
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.