A Few Little Pot Districts

Where Will Pot Retail Shops Be Allowed?

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Just because you have a right, doesn't mean they have to make it easy to exercise (see: abortion clinics).
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A much better interactive map: http://legalcannabis.us/map/seattle/
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23rd & Union, the central district's core for drug dealin already!
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Yeah. not so sure that having 23rd + union as the only practical pot stop in E/SE Seattle is a great outcome. The neighborhood probably hasn't reached the critical mass of investment/income from residents to support a wide/r range of 'conventional' businesses. Lake City isn't a model that should be copied
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Seems like 1,000 feet isn't that huge a distance, even as a radius. Feels like there should be more options that are 1,000 feet from any parks or schools. An average city block is about 500 feet.
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Pioneer, you can scratch 'probably' from that sentence. 23rd/Union is still struggling, and redevelopment has proven complex and time-consuming.
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I think SLU is PERFECT!
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Pragmatic -- your map looks really different than the DPD map. Better, too. What's the difference?