The Port picked one, and it doesn't matter which one you pick, either way it is a mistake.
2 things, don't rush the councils, don't bully them. Pretty simple stuff.
Gossett added that the stance on the rail line could â€œbackfire on the Port, and members get upset, and get more committed to get this (arena) deal.â€
Gossett and Lambert both said Creightonâ€™s complaint will not cause them to change their vote, or alter a timeline for a decision.Â Gossett says he expects the County Council to vote only after Seattleâ€™s City Council makes a decision on the Arena proposal.
Is the Port holding Rails to Trails hostage in Seattle arena fight?
Meanwhile, Tuesday, King County Budget and Fiscal Management Committee meets at 1:30pm
Agenda is posted here (1 item, the arena).