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Many people are calling this an “off election year” and not thinking about politics or who is running for office. But don’t forget, all politics are local and 2011 is a year where hundreds of city and county council, school board, fire district and water/sewer district seats are on the ballot.
As the 2010 State Legislative Special Session ensues, the fear of higher taxes is weighing heavy on the minds of many Washingtonians.Business owners, families and… Continue reading
Federal Way has seen a tremendous amount of growth in the past 20 years, and we are on target to make the next 20 years… Continue reading
Imagine a day at work without technology. How would you contact clients or co-workers at another location? Can you assess, build, revise or repair without… Continue reading
On Feb. 19, 2008, the ballot measure to change the form of government in the City of Federal Way from council-manager to mayor-council failed by… Continue reading
As President Obama and Congress work to turn around the struggling U.S. economy, Americans must not overlook business incubators, the foremost creator of jobs in… Continue reading
People will often ask me: What does the Federal Way Chamber of Commerce do? As a member of the community, why should I care if… Continue reading
Whether you voted for now-President-elect Barack Obama or not, the reality is that we, as America, have voted for change.
Recently, the Federal Way Chamber of Commerce completed its annual membership survey.
By Tom Pierson, Federal Way Chamber CEO