The city has reached a settlement in a lawsuit over its repeal of the business head tax, but there’s still a battle over the mayor’s nominee for Human Services Director. Seattle may be close to putting in affordable housing in Magnolia, and there’s an important warning for bus commuters. Plus, celebrations of French culture, art, and the new Seattle waterfront, all here on Seattle News NOW!
City Settles Lawsuit
HSD Director Vote
Fort Lawton Development
Bus Route Changes?
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