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The initiative, filed by a group called “Citizens Against Sports Stadium Subsidies,” could put the $135 million spending plan on the ballot early next year.
One of the proposal’s original sponsors now wants to allocate more money to affordable housing.
While pressure mounts, councilmembers are non-committal about the plan to spend $180 million on stadium upkeep.
A potential reallocation of $180 million in maintenance funds puts things in a “very precarious” position.
Specifics of each agency’s protocols and funding for training still need to be sorted out.
One King County councilmember says male-dominated departments have “workplace culture issues.”
But one councilmember thinks funding for affordable housing and the arts should come before subsidizing stadium maintenance.
If passed, the alternative will go on the February ballot opposite a proposal to ban CHELs in King County.
Oversight director says staff still can’t get information it needs to fully vet law enforcement.
Compare and Contrast the Las Vegas Statements Issued By Democrats and Republicans On the King County Council
See if you can spot the big difference.