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The council unanimously approved a 2.25 percent tax that only applies to income over $250,000 yearly.
Tuesday night, Seattle City Council held an intense public meeting on the killing of Charleena Lyles.
Of 65 public comments over more than two hours, only a handful were against the income tax.
The bill was rushed through council to head-off a possible ballot challenge.
The bill fixes a technical error that accidentally exempted the youth jail project from administrative challenge.
A fair housing task force is figuring out how to implement one of HALA’s toughest recommendations.
It’s been a long road to an imperfect solution.
And then there are some that say it goes too far.
The first-term councilmember considered throwing her hat into the wide-open mayor’s race, but won’t.
The ACLU threatens to sue, Murray doesn’t like the word ‘sweeps,’ and a camper says clearing the Jungle ‘sounds right.’