Here’s a roundup from the Oct. 17 meeting at City Hall.
In this episode, we take a closer look at how Renton is in the process of seizing and selling a property that is believed to be involved in a large-scale illegal marijuana grow operation. We also look at how King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn sent a letter to Washington State Auditor Pat McCarthy requesting state performance and financial audits of King County-funded juvenile diversion programs.
Approximately 76 percent of the 66 acres of the proposed South 336th Street alternative are owned by the Christian Faith Center in four parcels of land. Three of these parcels are current vacant.
A representative of the contractor that assesses Steel Lake shared an overview of their findings from June tests in response to an ongoing citizen concern and conversation about the lake’s health.
In this episode, we take a closer look at a man who stabbed his former teacher at a Catholic school in Federal Way; and Renton police warn of staged vehicle collisions that result in carjackings.