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If legislators don’t act on the governor’s legislation, a plan could land on the November ballot.
In his State-of-the-State address, the governor made the case for an ambitious carbon tax.
What a busy and eventful year this has been. As I write my last column as interim director, it is a great time to reflect… Continue reading
We just had an election and re-elected two council members, elected a new City Council member to Position No. 5 and elected a member who… Continue reading
Our work in the Tukwila School District is evolving and we are excited about the work we have completed in December, called Taking Stock. Experts… Continue reading
Chuck Parrish discusses the need for increased communication between consitiuents and Tukwila.
I am writing to say thank you to the voters of Tukwila. This was my first election process, and after serving on the City Council… Continue reading
Library staff nominiated their favorite books
I thought my letters to the Reporter had pretty much covered critical issues associated with our city government and tried to gently persuaded it to… Continue reading
I wanted to write a quick note of thanks to the city and school district. We are a few weeks into the new school year… Continue reading
Tukwila Schools’ interim superintendent discusses about the importance of serving students.
Have you noticed the speed bumps on South 160th Street east of 42nd Avenue South? The Public Works department calls them speed cushions. They are… Continue reading
Am I the only person in the city who has noticed that City Council candidate Dennis Martinez’ signs are repeatedly placed in ways that violate… Continue reading
Thirteen years ago, the King County Library System embarked on an ambitious, long-term capital improvement plan that has made KCLS one of the busiest and… Continue reading
We have finished our first month of the fall semester and reflect on how we are doing. Enrollment According to the district’s enrollment specialist, Carol… Continue reading
Good things are coming to the business sector of Tukwila. Here are some possibilities to look forward to and to ponder. The pedestrian and bicycle… Continue reading
Our fine little city seemingly cruises along with grace and determination without much attention given to deadheads in the water. Yet it’s contracting with a… Continue reading
The first time I met Zak Idan, candidate for Tukwila City Council Position No. 5, was in the midst of a frenzy of planning for… Continue reading
Our City Council election is just around the corner and we know little about the new candidates, with the exception of Dennis Martinez whose noteworthy… Continue reading
More inside politics. Last month, I wrote about the plethora of complaints and suits generated by Republican party advocates against Democratic party candidates and districts.… Continue reading