Affordable housing, which comes up for discussion in Council committee today, tops the morning’s news coverage.
Happy Monday. News coverage is fairly sparse this morning.
Yesterday’s announcement of a pilot gunshot-detection system in part of Seattle tops today’s news.
The changes to ST3 announced yesterday top this morning’s news.
A disagreement between the City Council and the Mayor over the plan to clean up the Jungle tops this morning’s news
The Council is running out of time to give its feedback to the Sound Transit board on the proposed Sound Transit 3 plan, so Council member Mike O’Brien, chair of the Sustainability and Transportation Committee, is racing to complete a resolution summarizing their feedback in time for a vote on Monday afternoon.
A little bit of everything this morning… Continue reading News roundup: Misogyny, Samantha Bee, AirBNB, ST3, and unreinforced masonry
It was a pretty tepid day in Council Chamber, but here are a few interesting tidbits worth noting.
The Council will be pushing forward on a number of fronts this week, including the confirmation hearings for Sam Assefa, the 2035 Comprehensive Plan, the Bicycle Master Plan, and Sound Transit 3. Also, there’s a book you should read.
Last week the City Council sent off a set of questions to Sound Transit about the Sound Transit 3 proposal. Monday ST sent their reply, and yesterday they showed up in person to further expand on their answers.