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Our government grew 30 percent in the last 16 years, faster than the general population. That takes my breath away. What a trajectory.
As a senior student at Kentlake High School, I am not opposed to standardized testing as long as it serves a purpose.
How can they keep building senior housing apartments and still only give us Safeway and K-Mart to shop at?
The city of Kent's new surplus ordinance prepared for City Council approval on May 17 looks nothing like the tired and proven city of Renton's 2004 surplus policy and procedure, a comparison City Attorney Tom Brubaker said was the best example for the operations committee to reference as the city tries to recover from the $800,000 Pine Tree Park debacle.