State Appeals Court to hear appeal of Prop. 1, banned from November ballot
This Friday afternoon (Sept. 6) the Washington State Appeals Court will hear arguments on a notice of Discretionary Review was filed on August 27 over a King County Superior Court judged ruling that the SeaTac minimum pay ordinance lacked sufficient signature to be placed on the November general election ballot.
The case of appeal on the action – SeaTac Committee for Good Jobs vs. Alaska Airlines – will have oral argument on Friday at 1:15 p.m. before a panel of Judges Dwyer, Leach and Spearman.
Each side (SeaTac Community, City of SeaTac, and BF Foods et al.) shall have 10 minutes oral argument. Petitioner, SeaTac proponents committee will argue first, BF Foods second, and the SeaTac city third, with the proposition “the only party able to reserve time for rebuttal.”