Q: Mr. Federal Way, I noticed you didn't have an opinion on the primary election results last week. How could you miss such an opportunity to tell it like it is?
The race to replace departing Councilman Bob Celski has brought together two people who have much in common, but also some differences — Mark Koppang and Julie Hiller.
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Thank you for being the place that one in five women in the United States has visited at least once in her life.
Apparently receiving the “Key to the City” is the gift that keeps on giving, and after tax credits for the Performing Arts and Events Center, it’s the hottest debate in town.
It’s the start of another school year, my first with Federal Way Public Schools, and I’m excited to be here.
Q: Mr. Federal Way I saw in last week’s paper that the school district is going to raise our taxes $9.6 million over the next two years. I’m guessing you might have an opinion on this?
From Aug. 29 to Sept. 17 1974, teachers in Federal Way were on strike. It was the first public school teacher’s strike in the history of King County.
Criminal street gangs are a serious burden in central and South King County — including Federal Way.
Public schools are not just underfunded by the state as Washington’s Supreme Court has made abundantly clear.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, why was the mayor silent over the issue of the state Democrats filing a Public Disclosure Complaint against legislative candidate Teri Hickel?
Although it created more humor value then substantive change, the city was told that if they changed the name of the Performing Arts and Conference Center to Performing Arts and Events Center it would increase their chance for funding.
As election season begins to heat up with candidate forums, I have one question: where do you all stand on providing free long-acting birth control for any teen or low-income woman in our city and our state who wants it?
In the midst of a predictable primary election, there were two major surprises.
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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.