Wednesday afternoon in his Education, Equity and Governance Committee, Council President Bruce Harrell pushed the Seattle IT department to go farther and faster in investigating public Wi-Fi as an alternative to municipal broadband in key areas of the city.
The pending secure scheduling ordinance, and a move to lower speed limits, highlight today’s news.
As the Council wraps up its recess, things are starting to spin up again…
News about SPD and labor laws still tops the news today. Plus foode waste, bikes lanes, municipal broadband, and more.
So much going on this morning, including reports from yesterday’s committee hearing on police staffing, tour bus regulations, and more.
This morning’s news covers yesterday’s budget approval, election results, and municipal broadband. Continue reading Tuesday morning news roundup
A veritable potpourri of City Council news coverage today. Continue reading Thursday morning news roundup: mixed bag