STITA Cab’s Stay Against Port Of Seattle Upheld. For Now.

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With more twists and turns than Maplewild Ave SW, Tuesday afternoon (Feb. 9th) the case of STITA vs the Port of Seattle took another turn – the Court of Appeals Commissioner issued an order that temporarily continues the Stay that is stopping the Port from signing an agreement with Yellow Cab.

An oral argument is tentatively is scheduled for next Friday, Feb. 19th, at 1:30 p.m.

The stay will continue in effect until the Commissioner rules on STITA’s motion.

So be sure to stay tuned, as this case is certainly a lively one.

Here’s a scan of the order for all you legal eagles out there:

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One Response to “STITA Cab’s Stay Against Port Of Seattle Upheld. For Now.”
  1. chilly says:

    Shouldn’t they be sueing the person(s) who submitted their losing bid?
    Yellow Cab was able to put together a winning bid working within the new parametersthe Port established, STITA didn’t.
    And it is NOT a non-profit- every driver/employeer splits the profit pool up at the end of the year after operating expenses are met and a slush/operating fund is approved.
    Yellow Cab has also offered jobs to any(STITA) drivers that want it as they don’t have enough drivers to cover their present territory and the airport.

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