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A deer wanders the streets. Dazed, fear in its eyes. The woodlands destroyed. Bulldozers belch. Chain saws scream. In a week is destroyed, What it… Continue reading
It is both exciting and refreshing to see a great group of candidates working hard to earn the privilege of serving their community. When I… Continue reading
We are encouraging our neighbors to vote for Diane Dobson for Renton City Council Position No. 2. Diane has been fighting the good fight for… Continue reading
I am endorsing Ruth Perez for Renton City Council Position No. 6. I have worked closely with Ruth over the last three years on matters… Continue reading
My name is Franco Phillips. I was born and raised in Renton and would not have it any other way. I love our city! I… Continue reading
I am writing to let the community know I have already cast my absentee ballot in the August primary. I have voted for Preeti Shridhar… Continue reading
As the only heritage organization in Renton, the Renton History Museum has been preserving our city’s history for kids and families for almost 40 years.… Continue reading
“It’s time for real, sustainable change that will make an impact for every Washington student.”
Jami has the rare combination of high-level business experience, political savvy, a brilliant mind, and a heart for community.
“A lot of Renton residents like trees – why don’t you?”
During the four years that I have been privileged to serve as a Renton city council member, I have had the wonderful opportunity to meet… Continue reading
Ruth Perez and Diane Dobson have my support and endorsements for Renton council as a former Renton City Council woman from 2004 to 2015. Each… Continue reading
As a Renton citizen, and a member of the state legislature, I feel strongly that Ruth Perez is the right choice for Renton City Council.… Continue reading
The election of our local officials should be based on qualifications, and the choice of the candidate most likely and most able to fill the… Continue reading
Guest commentator Ryan Irvin shares why Proposition 1 can better serve Renton residents.
"People will only stop breaking this law if they are given a penalty for their illegal activities."
"This year for Memorial Day, I wrote a poem in honor of my Vietnam buddy Jim “Mother” Brundage, who passed away on April 2."
"Let’s hope you have more sense the next time you have an infectious health condition and stay out of large crowds in public."
"On April 26, residents of Renton and Fire Protection District No. 25 will have the ability to improve fire and emergency medical services across our area with Proposition 1. It is vitally important to our community that we vote YES."
"I cannot support the Renton Regional Fire Authority as I feel another taxing authority with three non-elected officials will not improve the already excellent service provided to Renton."