Scene in Edmonds: In line to shop the market

Shoppers wait in line to enter the Edmonds Museum Summer Market Saturday morning. Due to social distancing requirements, market officials allow a limited number of people inside at one time.  (Photos by Lee Lageschulte)

  1. Were the restroom open? Or port potties? My last visit to the market had people without needed facilities!! Handicapped, children, pregnant ladies,elderly, and ALL other LIVES that matter without a needed restroom Which I brought to the attention of the city, & parks department to do something for future events.

      1. I don’t think asking to have a reasonable place to go to the bathroom is sarcastic passive/aggressive or privilege. Trying to erase or marginalize someone?

        1. No, of course it wasn’t about asking for a bathroom – it was her “…ALL other LIVES that matter…” Yes, obviously a passive/aggressive dig at Black Lives Matter. Except, that is, for those with either limited comprehension, standard Trumpian denial, or willful blindness. The truth is plain for all to see for anyone with clear eyes and an unclouded mind.

  2. There are city provided Honey Buckets at the location of the permanent restrooms. One ADA and one regular Honey Bucket. Signage was provided by the Edmonds Historical Museum.

    1. I’ve heard from a well-placed source that the public restrooms by City Hall will be reopened soon.

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