At the last school board meeting, I delivered an important message to the school board. In essence, this is what I said to the board regarding the superintendent search:
The authors of the statement against South King Fire and Rescue’s Prop. 1 wrote in the first line, “The safety and security of our families is one of our most basic and universal needs.”
I voted to ban recreational marijuana businesses from the city of Federal Way because of a host of issues that have not yet been resolved by the state and federal governments.
I am asking you to join our community in voting “yes” for Proposition 1 to continue to support our firefighters.
At the last council meeting, I sat and observed in stunned silence as a handful of individuals yielded to their personal preferences and not their duty to represent their constituents.
We all have observed people with arthritis or other medical issues that make exercise painful, so they stop and end up sitting too much.
We held a family get together at Steel Lake Park on the March 29. The park is beautiful but beware of what is lurking in the parking lot.
The Redondo boardwalk has been out of commission since a storm several months ago.
I’m submitting this letter as a personal request from my family, to my neighbors and the many friends we have made over the past 33-plus
My wife and I will be voting for Proposition 1, South King Fire and Rescue’s request for a bond to upgrade emergency and fire equipment, as well as to upgrade related technologies over the next 20 years.
Is South King Fire and Rescue lying this time too?
Regarding the issue of pot shops in Federal Way, I have a few comments to make.
Recently my friend Rita and I discovered one of the most exciting shops in Federal Way.
On March 30, 2014 I was arrested for a well deserved DUI.
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.