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From LAWRENCE WILSON of Federal Way:

It seems more and more that the Mirror is not detailing the actual actions and reactions of what is occuring in this community. Your bias on the last school levy immediately belied your alleged neutral stance on its passing or not and, most importantly, the Mirror’s editorial position on future ones.

Again, I must agree with some others on the delays in printing letters. Timeliness is very important and it could be that your determination of what’s important is not up to the issues being covered in the letters. It would seem the letters section could be expanded if the volume is that heavy, or allow a more independant review on importance.


I would like to thank you for the balanced and fair treatment your publication has afforded Christian Faith Center. You are a credit to your community.

As a member of CFC, I eagerly await the time when our church opens in Federal Way. I believe we will be an asset to the community, and will serve the citizens of Federal Way as good neighbors. I also look forward to exploring the area around our new sanctuary for restaurants and stores to frequent before and after services, and believe others in our congregation will also positively impact the businesses around CFC, as we have for 25 years in Seatac.

Thanks again for an excellent publication.

From DAVE McKENZIE of Federal Way:

Your sports editor missed an oportunity (April 7, “New faces flocking to chess”) to mention some of the local kids who took top prizes in recent chess tournaments. That’s what’s going to help create even more interest.

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