WASHINGTON: The city of Seattle plans to shut down marijuana delivery services, which became popular after the state legalized recreational marijuana.
David Mendoza, a policy adviser to the mayor, said in a city council briefing Wednesday that the mayor’s office will work with Seattle police on operations against these businesses. Delivery services — which are illegal — will get a single chance to stop operating, Mendoza told the council.
“One strike and we seize your product and tell you to close,” said Mendoza.
After a second strike, SPD will make arrests, he said.