So far, 2015 is shaping up as one of the strangest election years in recent memory.
Clark casts a shadow over the Seahawks | Cartoon Clark casts a shadow over the Seahawks | Cartoon
What would you put in a time capsule to be uncovered in 100 years? I’ve given this some thought as it is an item on my bucket list.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, South King Fire and Rescue board commissioner Mark Freitas announced he wasn’t going to seek re-election.
Innocent until proven guilty. Do we still really believe that?
Pimienta Bistro and Bar is a buzz on weekend nights, cars spilling out of the parking lot, crowds milling. The 100-year-old wood panels on the wall give a rustic feel, and the place is permeated with a low happy roar.
Why would more than 7,500 vote against the South King Fire and Rescue bond?
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I’m concerned about the funding for the soon-to-be-built Performing Arts and Conference Center.
County levy chokes South King Fire bond | Cartoon
If it weren’t for the City Council meetings, all of us political junkies would be bored. But not to worry, the stakes are so high,
Q: Mr. Federal Way, the South King Fire and Rescue bond has 57 percent of votes, but it isn’t passing because it needs 60 percent. Why does it need to pass by 60 percent, anyway?
We interrupt this regular session of the Legislature | Cartoon
State lawmakers are up for a raise in the next two years.
Last week’s council meeting turned out to be one of the most contentious meetings in the last decade as city leaders’ passionate political views and questionable behavior overwhelmed the usually staid and dignified council chambers.
If you like public policy debates about what government should, or shouldn’t do, or about what government’s priorities are or should be, you’re going to love the debate about the 2008 King County Budget.