After several months of work, the Office of Labor Standards (OLS) has published a draft set of rules for implementing the secure scheduling ordinance passed by the Council last September. Tuesday morning, they briefed the City Council on the rulemaking process and what topics they felt the need to address in those rules.
Yesterday’s Council vote to ratify the secure scheduling ordinance tops the news today.
This afternoon the full City Council voted 9-0 to approve the proposed “secure scheduling” ordinance.
This afternoon’s vote on the secure scheduling ordinance tops this morning’s news coverage.
Yesterday’s announcement of a change in plans for the controversial North Precinct station dominates the news headlines this morning.
The pending secure scheduling ordinance, and a move to lower speed limits, highlight today’s news.
This morning the Council put its finishing touches on the secure scheduling ordinance, sending it off to next Monday’s full Council meeting for final adoption.
Yesterday’s tragic death of a homeless person, and the Council’s resolution on the Dakota Access Pipeline, head the news… but there’s much more coverage as well.
Tuesday’s news on homeless encampments continues to drive coverage.