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Letters to the Editor
On behalf of the Kent Chamber of Commerce and our 480 members, I urge the Washington State Congressional delegation to support the Remote Transaction Parity Act (RTPA), previously known as the Marketplace Fairness Act.
Community Events, May 2016
LID (Local Improvement Districts) 363 was started in 1992, possibly even before. Millions of dollars have been collected from residents of Kent to build a road parallel to James Street.
After reading about the boondoggle of the Pine Tree Park debacle, as a taxpayer, I often question how many similar situations are looming out there that the new administration will have to undertake.
Mr. Stevens’ allegations (Kent Reporter, April 15) that the Kent School District and it’s “PAC” are dishonest and the families are getting “hoodwinked” are utterly false.
I was troubled by a letter to the editor from Mr. Clark Stevens that suggested Kent School District and local supporters were using disingenuous tactics with regard to the school construction bond measure.