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Gov. Jay Inslee has proclaimed Nov. 2-9 as Drowsy Driving Prevention Week in Washington state. While this proclamation is a significant step toward drowsy driving awareness and prevention, there is much more that needs to be done to keep this pandemic off of our roads and highways. We must change attitudes about drowsy driving first.
Community Events, October 2014
As reporters, our job is to do just that. Report. We attend events, meet with local business owners and schools and learn about community issues to write the news.
Two weeks ago the Reporter’s front page story profiled the State Senate race in the 45th Legislative District and the Supreme Court decision that Washington is under-funding our public education system. Because we were called out in the article by the King County Republican Party chair the Reporter has offered us this opportunity to share our perspective on education funding.
On Sept. 20, a contractor hired by the city to excavate on Redmond Way for a stormwater treatment project cut through Frontier Communications infrastructure.
Every five years, the Washington State Transportation Commission updates its 20-year plan, a document meant to inform state and local governments’ decisions on transportation spending and related issues. The draft plan and an opportunity to comment online are available at www.wtp2035.com.