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This letter is in response to Barbara Dickson, who wrote a very long letter last issue complaining about the noise levels at Marymoor Park, where concerts are held during the summer months.
Community Events, July 2014
Joel Hussey is running for 45th District representative of the state legislature. I totally support Joel’s candidacy and I know he can help make a difference in Olympia.
Anyone who has ever been involved in a divorce action understands how emotions run high, accusations run fast and loose, and truth often gets trampled under anger and the desire for revenge. Toss in kids, and the animosity and rage become even more wild and vicious.
After living in the 45th Legislative District for five years, I understand why Joel Hussey has been a resident for 19 years and wishes to continue serving this community as state representative. It is a great place to live that demands great representation in Olympia.
The Redmond administration should be complimented on expanded budget outreach efforts evident in recent weeks through a range of channels, including the Focus on Redmond newsletter that recently arrived in the mail and “Your City, Your Choice,” the infomercials and online budget priority survey launched last month. More information is being provided earlier in the budget process than was the case in the last cycle. This should help city leaders be more responsive to public inputs before the budget gets to its final stages this fall. The online survey is an immediate opportunity to learn about city priorities and add priorities of your own. (There was also a “Your City, Your Choice” booth at Derby Days.)