Fircrest has a new mayor. In a 5-2 vote, Councilman Matthew Jolibois was appointed to the position on Tuesday by the council at its regular meeting. Source: Longtime Fircrest councilman elected city’s new mayor
By Ray Grinberg The Annual Meeting of Lakeview Light & Power is set for March 15th, 2106. At this year’s meeting there will be elections for two of the Board’s five Director positions. This year there is one vacancy. The term is for three years. Members wishing to be candidates for this position should notify […]
By Pad Finnigan At 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 16th, terrorism expert Bill Cooper will speak about who the terrorists are, what they want, what they’re willing to do to get it, and about not only what’s happening overseas, but what’s happening here in the US and in Washington State.
By Melissa Preston Melissa Preston is a local lady from right here in Lakewood / Tacoma, WA. She is the author of the book The Big Secret; the secret to body fat loss and long term control. The book was written to help people who are suffering with disabilities and other problems in living from […]
Hours before he stepped to the City Council dais for the last time last week, Fircrest Mayor David Viafore was meeting with the city’s finance director to pore over the city’s budget. Source: Viafore leaves Fircrest ‘better than I expected’ after 24 years on City Council | The News Tribune
For the past 26 years, the non-profit organization Safe Streets has been helping residents in Tacoma and Pierce County take back their neighborhoods with a proactive stance on crime prevention.
By early next year, chlorine will be a regular addition to the city of Fircrest’s water supply after coliform bacteria were found in multiple samples. Source: State orders Fircrest to chlorinate water by March | The News Tribune
The liquor debate is finally over in Fircrest, at least for now. But it will be at least a couple months before residents can buy drinks on Regents Boulevard. Source: Fircrest Council makes it official: Liquor can be served, even outdoors | The News Tribune
By Vivian Foster The 2016 UP budget forecast would cut Recreation programs and only provide minimal Parks maintenance. All Youth Sports, Arts, Camp UPlay, Summer Programs, the Senior Center and Program Staffing would be ELIMINATED BY DECEMBER 31, 2016. An independent UP Metropolitan Park District would ensure financially stable and sustainable Parks and Recreation.
By Tina Werner Local children and families in need will receive a brighter holiday through a collaborative giving tree coordinated by the University Y Student Center, Tacoma Center Y and the University of Washington Tacoma.