LISTEN: John Carlson Show, Feb.11--7am hour

Seattle's continuing public safety problems have prompted a female business owner to move her company out of the city and into Edmonds. CEO of Tri International, Meg Gluth-Bohan, tells KVI's John Carlson,{ }why she feels she's part of a moderate majority in Seattle who disagree with the city council's policies impacting public safety. (photo: KOMO News)

7am hour -- GUEST: CEO of now Edmonds-based, Tri International, Megan Gluth-Bohan, says Seattle's crime and street homeless problems gradually got worse impacting their ability to safely host clients and employees, one employee was being accosted in broad daylight, Seattle's public safety conditions disproportionately put women at risk, why she never felt that the Seattle City Council would listen to a business owner, says the council's priority is preserving an image rather than preserving public safety, why small businesses feeling threatened enough to leave the city will add up for Seattle in the aggregate, why she feels she's part of a moderate majority.

Pres. Biden's COVID advisor seems to suggest that the CDC director will be forced to reverse her earlier advisory that its safe to re-open schools and have teachers return to class, GUEST: KOMO News meteorologist, Kristin Clark, previews the expected low land snowfall coming tonight, tomorrow and Saturday across western Washington, why snow will stick on the ground through early next week; health situation worsens for a former KVI talk show host.

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