Save The Market Entrance

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Beth Fortmueller
1 week ago
I lived in Seattle for 45 years. The Market is a treasure.

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Falesha Taylor
2 weeks ago
This is a historical place I have taken my children and I hope one day they can share with their children .

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Stacey Kuhrt
Jun 29, 2020
We urge you to stop this development and preserve the historic character of the world renown Pike Place Market, the crown jewel of our city which is enjoyed by 10 million people annually.

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Cameron McElroy
Jun 17, 2020
I agree!

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Ashley VB
Jun 5, 2020
I’m signing because I’m tired of seeing my city’s history demolished for another damn high-rise, that only the privileged can afford, and that wants to demolish a space where travelers of all economic backgrounds can come to visit our great city.

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Jessica Shaw
Jun 5, 2020
Because fuck no!

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Claire Thompson
Jun 1, 2020
i lived in Seattle for 20 years. I worked at the glorious and wonderful Pike Place Market as a tour guide and in a shop. I love to shop there.. I love the Market and hope that this building can be saved.

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John Mullen
Mar 31, 2020
The market is a Seattle institution and should not be changed.

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Teresa D’Ambrosio
Mar 20, 2020
I’m signing because you’re dumb asses to even think about destroying what’s left of Seattle’s history! Just back off!

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Roman Kosoy
Mar 5, 2020
I have lived in Seattle for many years, and have great fondness for the city. Alas, lately the city has been loosing its style and charm due to poorly planned development throughout many neighborhoods. A proposed development at the location of the Hahn building is an example of such development where Seattle character is being erased by a generic construction, which will irreversibly damage the feel of the area, loosing the relatively unadulterated historical feel of the area forever. There is only one "Public Market" in the US: loosing it will be detrimental to many aspects of Seattle, and what makes it attractive to live in and visit it...