Jul 202015
 July 20, 2015  Posted by  Breaches, Court

Daniel DeMay reports:

The city of Seattle says its process for making sure residents comply with a compost ordinance is legal and doesn’t violate privacy, despite arguments made in a lawsuit filed last week.

The City Attorney’s Office issued a statement Monday saying that, after reviewing the lawsuit, it believes the ordinance “fully complies with the law, including the enhanced privacy protections afforded by the Washington Constitution.”

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