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Sylvia Cavazos has it all wrong when she blames politicking for the groundswell of opposition to Valley Medical feeding at the public trough. I’m no enemy of Don Jacobson and no great fan of Pam Roach, but this time the senator has an idea that makes sense. Far from “interjecting” herself, she is doing just what I wish the legislators in my district would do — acting in the interest of the taxpayers she represents.
Here’s part of the reason behind the state’s Open Meetings Act, as outlined by the state Legislature.
When it comes to public safety, no one is looking the other way, not Mayor Denis Law and certainly not the Police Department.
The countdown has started for hands-free calling here in our state. It can’t come soon enough.
It’s the oldest piece of advice from those who want everyone to have a good – and safe – time on the water.
Important pieces of mail have been arriving in the mailboxes of voters in the Renton School District.
That famous (infamous) Public Hospital District No. 1 election of two years ago to expand Valley Medical Center’s service area to better reflect its size is an example of how victory sometimes just isn’t enough for some – and how the bitter taste of defeat can linger.
This is not, I repeat not, a sales pitch for Charlie Conner and his new high-end development on Lake Washington, Barbee Mill.
A neighbor of mine – Tony – is trying his best to take this “going green” thing seriously. For example, he tells me that he’s recently begun recycling his newspaper each week. “The entire newspaper?” I asked. He shook his head. “No, “he admitted. “ Just your column.”