Rather than basking in the warmth of a beautiful Sunday in Seattle, a
large number of people instead got heated during what has been
described by many as a very frustrating Democratic legislative-district
The last week has shown us how local governments work — or rather, don’t work for the public good.
Local government officials must moonlight as comedians — or at least
they should because Seattle traffic has become such a joke. But that
doesn’t stop officials from making the city the punch line of even more
World War II required a lot of sacrificing, and we youths at the time were forced to develop our creative sides.
Like most of you, I got my yearly Valentine’s Day present: My
property tax for 2016 is up 25.2 percent from last year, and I’m not too
happy. To top it off, the Madison Park Community Council announced that it was thinking about yearly dues.
Back in 1980,there was no such thing as homelessness.
You knew something like this was bound to happen.
It speaks volumes that Seattleites were more captivated by a man who
climbed an 80-foot sequoia tree in the middle of Downtown Seattle than by the visit of presidential candidate
and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.