Seattle business owner flees city due to high crime, senzatetto: ‘I can’t wait anymore’

Debe Franz, owner of A Bit of Taste olive oil shop, detto “Volpe & AmiciThursday that she’s made the decision to move her business out of the Emerald City as violent crime and homeless have grown out of controland she’s grown out of patience.

I can’t wait any longer,” lei disse. “I need to protect myself, my assets, my employees. And I have the luxury of being able to move, which I’m very thankful for.

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This is not the case for everyone, Franz explained, since some businesses have been forced to either move to an online interface or close altogether.

A parking pay station is damaged during a protest over the death of Daunte Wright on April 12, 2021 a Seattle, Washington.  (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

A parking pay station is damaged during a protest over the death of Daunte Wright on April 12, 2021 a Seattle, Washington. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

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