Seattle business owner sends angry letter to City Council over hotel worker protection ordinance

SEATTLE — The owner of Seattle's ‘Biscuit Bitch' sent an angry letter to the City Council over the hotel worker protection ordinance.

On Monday, the City Council voted 9-0 in favor of legislation designed to provide health and safety protections to hotel workers. Click here to read more.

In her letter, Kimmie Spice said she believes the ordinance will negatively affect her small business and complained about taxes, traffic and public disorder.

She later retracted the letter, expressing regret and apologizing for her use of harsh language.

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On Tuesday, Spice posted a follow-up letter that expressed her regret and said, in part, "my language calling homeless people junkies and vagrants in my (original) letter was wrong, and I apologize. They are humans and deserve respect and dignity.

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