The recent article “Federal Way chamber, city disagree over proposed changes” did not adequately explain that the business district associations concept was just one of over 30 objectives proposed in the mayor’s economic development strategy.
In her letter on Jan. 9, Karen Hedwig Backman tells us how she hates capitalism.
Dear students, you are not a problem for being different in school. It seems that no one understands you the way you want them to; then they judge you as if you are a criminal.
The article “Regional council to help gang-involved youth in Federal Way, other cities” intrigued me because I have met people in the past who said they were in gangs.
It was with deep disappointment that I read of Martin Moore’s decision to switch parties and run against Rep. Carol Gregory.
The issues Lynda Myra refers to are related to a water quality assessment requested by the community to address water quality concerns at Lake Lorene, Lake Jean and Joe’s Creek.
I received a notice of violation (code complaint) dated Sept. 24, 2014 for a trailer, which I own and is parked on property I own located within the city limits of Federal Way.
Yet, the paper has chosen to highlight death, dying and crime as your top stories.
I was reading “One more marijuana store applicant wins lottery in Federal Way” posted Dec. 30 and I was tickled to see the word “snafu” in the last sentence of the story.
With a turn of the page, we usher in the new year. I predict 2015 is going to be a good one for Federal Way.
Prostitution, human trafficking and slavery are an integral part of unregulated capitalism and will be impossible to eradicate until we are willing to morally gird ourselves to bring unruly, heedless, amoral capitalism under human rule for the benefit of humans and society, rather than functioning as a ungoverned portal of wealth and profit for a very few.
There are some similarities and one big difference between gridlock in Washington DC and gridlock locally in Washington state.
Chick-fil-A, the chicken sandwich chain, is opening its first fast food restaurants in Bellevue, Tacoma and Lynnwood. I’m asking you to boycott them.
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.