In what some observers may view as an upset, Lydia Assefa-Dawson was elected in a 4-2 vote to fill Mayor Jim Ferrell’s seat on the Federal Way City Council.
Last week in the Brigadoon Elementary School gym, more than 110 Federal Way residents turned out to talk to city officials and staff in our first-ever Neighborhood Connection.
In December, we asked for submissions from the public to join The Mirror’s editorial board.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I was glad to see that the Federal Way City Council released the information about the potential candidates for Jim Ferrell’s open seat. What is your take?
Could former Federal Way democratic state Rep. Mark Miloscia be planning a political comeback? As a Republican?
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Q: What have you heard about the new tenement that Devco is planning to build at the old bus barn on 320th Street across from Safeway?
We expect a lot from our leaders. First and foremost, we expect them to lead, rather than always play it safe.
Last week, The Mirror published a story announcing that 20 candidates have applied to fill the seat that Jim Ferrell vacated when he became mayor in January.
City of Federal Way, you have some work to do. I know you hit a rough patch with the recession.
The death of a person you know is something you are never prepared for.
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Jim Ferrell’s election as mayor created an opportunity for some aspiring politician as it created a council vacancy.
The weather is chilly and gray as a Seattle attorney waits patiently in line for the Sound Transit 577 bus at the Federal Way Transit Center. He’s happy that he will make the 7 a.m.
It’s National Condom Week, so here’s your guide to condoms, just in time for the holiday that celebrates love: Valentine’s Day.
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.