Seattle has been plagued with stingrays and other underwater devices since the devices were first deployed.
The devices are used to capture data from small underwater drones, like the stingray, and store it in a USB memory stick.
In August, a federal judge ruled that Seattle had failed to show that it had implemented reasonable regulations that would protect privacy and civil liberties.
But the stingrays are still widely used and the federal government is considering whether to impose new restrictions on them.
In an effort to help residents of Seattle, a group of citizens and business owners has formed a new organization called Seattle’s Stingray Coalition, or “Stingray Seattle.”
The coalition will work to get the city’s stingray ban overturned.
It will be led by the Seattle City Councilmember Sally Bagshaw, who represents the city on the City Council.
The coalition wants the city to take the lead in developing a new law that would require stingrays to be registered with the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT).
That way, SDOT could then inspect the devices before they were deployed.
But it could also take enforcement action if the devices pose a safety risk to anyone who uses them.
The SDOT would also have to report to the city about the use of stingrays.
The coalition plans to hold public hearings on the issue, which it hopes will lead to the introduction of a new ordinance.
In August, the coalition met with the mayor’s office and city officials to discuss the issue.
The group’s chair, Kye Kuehn, said they have been frustrated with the city for the past few months.
“I was hoping that the city would do a better job of addressing the concerns that have been raised by the coalition,” he said.
But Kueehn said that he was not happy with the SDOT’s response to the coalition’s request for an inspection.
“It seemed like it took a year to get back to us,” he told Ars.
“We haven’t heard from the SDOC since May or June.”
“We want to know where the city is on this issue and what the SDOG is doing,” Kueeahn said.
“That’s what we’re really hoping for.”
Stingrays can only be operated in specific areas, like boats.
They are often deployed to protect the city from other threats like pirates or intruders, but the city has not been able to provide specific information on how they work or where they are deployed.
The city did not respond to Ars’ request for comment on whether it is aware of any other cities that have enacted stingray bans.
The Seattle Police Department said that it does not monitor how stingrays work.
The department has also declined to say how many stingray units it has.
The city also declined an interview request for this story.
The Seattle Police have a long history of using stingrays against people.
In December, the city banned stingrays in its city parks.
In May, the Seattle Board of Elections also banned stingray use.
But in the past, the SDOTS has not responded to the Coalition’s requests for an explanation of why it has not conducted an inspection of the devices.