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Rep. Larry Springer, Spinning the Legislature’s action today as “a major expansion of the Public Records Act” is pure BS. The fact is that the… Continue reading
We are all trying to deal with the aftermath of the horrific violence in Parkland, Florida, where 17, mostly kids, lost their lives and 14… Continue reading
Hats off and a big THANK YOU to Aegis Living and the Redmond Senior Center. Aegis was the big sponsor for the Senior Center’s five-night… Continue reading
Funny how things change around here in the turn of a calendar year. Back on Feb. 16, 2017, I wrote in this space: “This may… Continue reading
A few tips for how parents can approach the topic of diversity with younger children.
Editor Samantha Pak reflects upon the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal.
Some tips on how you can avoid being scammed.
What are some reasons to love your local recycling driver?
A really important Democratic solution is to promote the clean energy industry! Clean energy is by now producing the most jobs in the energy marketplace.… Continue reading
A formerly elected Redmond city official has chosen to ask your readers to believe his 10-year-old “facts” about why I should be denied care as… Continue reading
I’ve talked to activists on both sides of the levies/bond measure for hours on end. I’m 67 years old, on a fixed income and the… Continue reading
I’ve noticed that there are a few reasons that come up over and over again when folks explain why they do not support the upcoming… Continue reading
Trying to determine if your property taxes for Lake Washington schools will go up or down if voters approve the Lake Washington school property taxes?… Continue reading
I have been reading recent coverage about the the upcoming school bond and levies election and want to clarify that these critical funding measures pay… Continue reading
When deciding how to vote on current and future Lake Washington School District (LWSD) levies and bond issues, please remember that LWSD recommended in 2017… Continue reading
The Lake Washington School District, like most other school districts in the state, has relied on local taxes to pay for basic education. The State… Continue reading
What we tax ourselves for and how we spend those tax dollars are an expression of our values as a community. I no longer have… Continue reading
In 1988, I was the chair of the Redmond Planning Commission. At that time, the property that currently houses Emerald Heights and the Abbey Road… Continue reading
Eastside mayors support LWSD bond and levies.
Last year, a bill (SB 5598/HB 2117) was introduced to the Washington state legislature regarding family visitation rights. This bill is sponsored by several local… Continue reading