Policy

Breaking down how declining demand, customer service, workforce issues and more will impact City Light for years to come

What is a Local Improvement District, and how is it funding the city's $688 million renovation initiative?

The city tried to cut ties with Wells Fargo, but no one else wanted to take Seattle's banking business

But how will the city spend the new tax revenue? And how much money will really be coming in?

The council is debating amendments that could significantly change the legislation

The letter was signed by more than 100 business leaders.

The new numbers from the City Budget Office suggest there is cause for concern.

Sawant, who’s always claims she lives on a “worker’s salary" and contributes the rest to a "solidarity fund," is actually donating that money to her own political groups, making her much like any other politician.

Key takeaways and news and notes from the surprisingly frank discussion at the Seattle City Council's extended roundtable session on the employee-hours tax that would pay for homelessness services