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According to local TV coverage, the city of Kent continues to subsidize the ShoWare Center to the tune of over $600,000 from the general fund. This has been on a continuing basis.
Community Events, October 2014
I find it ironic that the Kent Reporter's announcement that Kent School District Superintendent Ed Vargas is quitting his post is buried on page 8 in the Oct. 10 edition.
The Kent Downtown Partnership wants to thank the 400-plus people who attended our Kent Wine Walk on Sept. 19.
am writing to praise Congressman Dave Reichert for his contributions to the House of Representatives Task Force on Human Trafficking, which led to passing of his legislation to combat sex trafficking of foster children.
Comparing the facts of the ShoWare Center vs. the money being asked for the new public safety building, ShoWare was listed in 2008 at $68 million, $30 million was to come from the state, $38 million from the property owning taxpayer.