In anticipation of release of 80,000 I-1068 petitions in tomorrow’s edition of The Stranger, socially-conscious West Seattle businesses are helping to let their community’s voice be heard. The West Seattle area – including diverse communities of color where the tragic impacts of continued prohibition are so profound – has consistently voiced strong support for I-1068 and West Seattle businesses are contributing to the effort by providing centralized locations for collecting and compiling signed petitions.
Completed and partially-filled petitions – even individual signatures are important – can now be turned in at the following West Seattle business locations during indicated business hours:
Mountain To Sound Outfitters
3602 SW Alaska St.
West Seattle, WA 98126
Open Mon-Wed 11am-6PM; Thur-Fri 11am-7PM; Sat 10am-6PM; Sun 11-4pm
Red Cup Espresso
4451 California Ave. SW
West Seattle, WA 98116
Open weekdays 6am-5pm; Sat 7am-4pm; Sun 8-3pm
Big Al Brewing
9832 14th Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA 98106
Open Wed 3pm-9am; Thu 3pm-9pm; Fri-Sat 3pm-11pm; Sun 12pm-5pm
Full Tilt Ice Cream
9629 16th Ave Sw
Open 12pm-10pm Tues-Sat. 12pm-9pm Sunday, Closed Monday
Petitions with signatures need to be submitted by the June 30th deadline, but earlier submission is preferred to allow time for signature verification (signatories need to be registered to vote in the State of Washington).
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
BREAKING: Shout out from West Seattle I-1068 Volunteer Coordinator Kirk Prindle