Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council Monday, May 2. The council vote down a proposal to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team.
Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council Monday, May 2. The council vote down a proposal to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team. Elaine Thompson Associated Press
Fans of the defunct Seattle SuperSonics team, from right, Andrew Wergeland-Rammage, Kenneth Knutson and Kris “Sonics Guy” Brannon look on during testimony before the Seattle City Council Monday, May 2. The council vote down a proposal to vacate a stretch of road where an investor hopes to eventually build an arena that could house an NBA and NHL team. Elaine Thompson Associated Press

Seattle City Council votes not to sell street for potential arena

May 02, 2016 05:13 PM