This week we are talking about getting stuff done
Seattle Mayor Ed Murray has plans for a new North Seattle police precinct. At $149 million, the building would be one of the most expensive police precincts in the country. The plan has sparked protests and pushback from a community that believes it’s an overpriced military-like bunker. Given that Seattle Police Department is under federal investigation for excessive use of force and bias, is this bad city planning?
Also, Seattle has been getting a lot of work done lately. Is the Seattle process over?
And do you know the proper way to handle road rage?
We'll tackle these subjects and more on Week in Review.
Listen to the live discussion Friday at noon and join in by following @KUOW or tweeting at us with #KUOWwir. Audio will be available here by 3 p.m.
Get caught up on the issues:
- New rules would make workers' lives easier, more predictable
- Why Bill Bryant took so long to condemn Trump and other tense moments at 'chippy' debate
- New building or bunker? How proposed North Precinct became a symbol of race issues in Seattle
- In Defense of Getting S— Done
Bill Radke @KUOWRadke, host
Mike McGinn @mayormcginn, is the former mayor of Seattle and host of the podcast You, Me, Us, Now.
Erica Barnett @ericacbarnett, writes for the C is for Crank.
Zaki Hamid @ZakiSeapod, is a program director at Humanities Washington.