Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, left, presents Jeanne Burbidge with a Key to the City on Tuesday night. Courtesy city of Federal Way

Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, left, presents Jeanne Burbidge with a Key to the City on Tuesday night. Courtesy city of Federal Way

Jeanne Burbidge recieves Key to the City

Former councilwoman, deputy mayor and mayor served Federal Way for 20 years.

Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell, left, on Tuesday night presented Jeanne Burbidge with a Key to the City. Burbidge, who served as city councilwoman, deputy mayor and mayor, retired Dec. 31 after 20 years of service to the city. “When I thought about the type of individual we want to honor with a Key to the City, Jeanne Burbidge immediately came to mind,” Ferrell said during Tuesday’s City Council meeting. “I knew as soon as I heard she was not going to be running for re-election that we really wanted to make sure that we said thank you for her 20 years of service to this community.” Courtesy city of Federal Way

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