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Politics, thou art a heartless and unforgiving mistress. Mayor Jim Ferrell can attest.
Community Events, August 2016
Q: Mr. Federal Way, I live not far from the former Weyerhaeuser campus and am opposed to the seafood processing plant on 19 acres of that property. I have a neighbor, not far from me, who's also expressed their thoughts with a sign in their yard that says "NO SEAFOOD PLANT." But I want your thoughts on this, and I'm wondering if there are other locals that feel the way my neighbor and I do.
The Weyerhaeuser property has been the face of Federal Way for decades; a regional image that many cities envied. A place that lived its legend and embodied the best in Northwest culture. It proved business, jobs and the environment could live as one.
Q: Mr. Federal Way, do you have kids? If so, are they about ready to go back to school?
The storyline for the primary election sounded familiar: When King County voters turn out, those voters will decide elections in this state.