Emily Heffter at the Seattle Times has the scoop on seven city-owned sites suggested by the mayor's office for a semi-permanent homeless encampment of 100 or 150 people (I wrote about the issue here and here). Three of the sites are located in the Sodo/Georgetown area, two in West Seattle, and one each in Interbay, Magnolia, and North Seattle. Here are the specific locations:

• The Interbay substation at 3222 17th Ave W.;

• The median of Industrial Way South at Adams Street in Sodo;

• A grassy berm in West Seattle near Camp Long at 35th Avenue South and Southwest Edmunds Street;

• City sign-shop property at Airport Way South and South Snoqualmie Street in Sodo;

• The north end of the temporary playfield area at Smith Cove in Magnolia;

• The Delridge substation at 5601 S.W. 23rd Street;

• City property off Stone Avenue North between Northwest Hospital and Aurora Avenue North.