If the loaf of bread is from a grocery store that’s but two blocks away, then the cost is tickets for two on a trolley bus and two more for two separate subway lines, not to mention the price of the loaf itself. Is that the only way to get to the store?
The things you can discover about government and politics while heading somewhere else. It all began, as perhaps most fairytales do – and dreams of quick riches for that matter – with a ‘once upon a time’ opening line.
Much has been made of Satanists wanting equal time in elementary schools to present what appears to be – given their devilish logo – a rather diabolical alternative to evangelical gatherings of children. TFP (Tradition, Family, Property) has, at last count, 11,573 signatures on a petition to stop the Satan Club from its December kickoff […]
Just hours ago, December 2, 2016, the deadline passed by which the City of Lakewood promised to provide answers to a Public Disclosure Request concerning possible communication goings-on behind closed doors pertaining to the controversial Rental Housing Safety Program.
Now that recreational marijuana has been legal in the State of Washington since 2012, four years later there’s a “Not for Kids Warning Symbol” that will be available in a couple months. Why it took so long to create a sticker “three-quarters of an inch in height by one-half of an inch in width” would […]
Faulty circuits appear to be far less the cause of fires in Lakewood apartments as faulty cooks. Perhaps mandatory cooking classes would be in order?
Did you feel it? That’s the address of the Tacoma News Tribune (TNT) whose editorial board opinion aftershocks are registering throughout Pierce County. The reason? A seismic shift in principles.
Frosty, our fondly dubbed Fairytale Facsimile, and the hottest thing since hell froze over: after school Satan Clubs for elementary students, have more than a broomstick or a pitchfork in common. This coming December 14th is the announced arrival of Satanists at Tacoma’s Point Defiance Elementary School, pre-empting Santa’s appearance to chimneys around the world […]
First it was about safety they said. Then it was to create “intrinsic value to a surrounding neighborhood, improving quality of life and property values,” they said.
Not yet. “After much discussion, it was the consensus of the (Lakewood City) Council to implement a $60 business license fee for multi-family apartments per location; and the Council agreed to consider business licensing for single family rental housing at a later date.”