County Council hearing today on dance-club emergency moratorium

This afternoon, the King County Council will hold a public hearing – as required by law – on the emergency dance-club (and similar establishments) moratorium they approved back in August. Councilmember Joe McDermott proposed the law just as the former Club Evo was seeking to reopen as a new club. The moratorium is for one year, and it was effective immediately, but a public hearing was required within 60 days, so one is scheduled today to meet that requirement. If you would like to speak to the council, they’re meeting in their chambers in the county courthouse at 1:30 pm today.

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