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Seattle City Council Meeting | Photo Credit: Jacque Coe

Last week’s mass shooting in downtown Seattle, the third in two days, has dominated the headlines and prompted many to call for solutions to public safety--now. SRA members continue to be concerned about the safety of their employees and guests and urge the City Council and all elected leaders to continue to work toward solutions.  Seattle deserves accountability and results to address our public safety challenges.

The City Council’s Public Safety & Human Services Committee heard concerns during the public comment section of their regular meeting this week in the aftermath of the shootings. Read coverage of the shootings:

Seattle Times: Downtown Seattle businesses and employees scared, frustrated after latest shooting

Seattle Times: Seattle has repeatedly sought to curb crime downtown, but hasn’t stopped sporadic violence

Seattle Times-Editorial: Mass shooting a costly wake-up call for Seattle leaders

Seattle Times-Column: ‘Enough is enough’: Seattle business owners, neighbors rally against downtown crime, urge city to act

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