The recent Mr. Federal Way column in the Mirror regarding the city’s Community Development Block Grant section 108 loan for the Performing Arts and Event Center omitted some information that should have been included.
A lot has been made of the flag of the Confederacy flying in front of the state Capitol of South Carolina.
I am a baseball umpire with over 15 years of experience. I’ve worked everything from Little League to high school to college to semi-pro ball. I’ve seen thousands of baseball players.
Over the years, I have enjoyed Centerstage performances and urge the council to take swift action to allow them to continue.
“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.”
Food banks received notices this week telling us that if there is no budget, we will not get the funds from the state that we rely on to keep our doors open.
Proponents of Federal Way annexing Lakeland South recently hosted a neighborhood meeting to provide anecdotal evidence that “now is the time for Lakeland South to become a part of Federal Way.”
I am a resident of Twin Lakes and have been for nine years. For the most part, it is a good community but in recent years I have become concerned by the management, actually my perceived mismanagement, of the homeowner’s association.
I am writing in support of the Centerstage Theatre remaining as the manager of the Knutzen Family Theatre, and continuing operations there.
Recently, the issue of light rail has been in the news as Sound Transit obtained public input on which of four routes they should select when extending light rail to Federal Way.
In response to the opinion of “not tipping,” be careful where you do not tip. As someone who works in the hospitality industry, I earn part of my income from a “service charge.”
Having had a Federal Way address for nearly 30 years, I care deeply about our city and I’m proud to call Federal Way home. I want nothing more than to have Federal Way always become better, stronger and closer!
To owners of large objects I think Terry O’Day is confused (letters, Aug. 13). 1. Normal people don’t own an RV. 2. Apparently when he purchased the RV, he failed to consider all the costs of ownership of an object so large it didn’t fit on his property.