[UPDATE: The rezone passed 8-1. Only Bruce Harrell voted against.]
After a process stretching back to at least 2008, and arguably 1999, the Seattle City Council is set to vote on the North Rainier Rezone. The agenda, which begins at 2pm at City Hall, is here. The Planning, Land Use, and Sustainability Committee voted 4-1 to approve this bill, so if one of Councilmembers Sawant, Godden, Rasmussen, or Bagshaw vote for this, and no one flips, this desperately needed upzone of a car-oriented strip-mall district next to a light rail station will finally become law.
As always, it helps to email councilmembers or show up to comment.