I thought I had set the parking brake. Evidently not.
As the City of Lakewood, Washington celebrates this month of August its one-year anniversary of the passage of Ordinance No. 644 instituting the Rental Housing Safety Program at an annual estimated cost to taxpayers of $175,000, not counting $133,000 for the software to support the program, bypassing certainly a more cost-effective alternative in simply communicating […]
If house-cleaning robots can collect data as they sweep up your house, regularly updating maps of floor plans, as well as the layout of home furnishings so as to “avoid toppling over lamps and ramming into your furniture,” think of what software utilized by a city-approved inspector of your rental could do.
It was on this night – August 10 – one year ago that “the public comment session about Federal Heights’ (Colorado) controversial rental inspection program was abruptly cut short ‘in the interest of public safety,’ according to City Manager Jacqueline Halburnt.”
One of the largest police deadly force wrongful death verdicts in state history – more than $15 million awarded to the family of Leonard Thomas “an unarmed black man killed by a SWAT sniper in Fife”– recently found against the near-by cities of Lakewood and Fife, Washington.
Submitted by Barb Carrell I read recently that U.P. is doing something about the sales of fireworks. The city of Tacoma banned the sale of fireworks and I guess that is working out ok. U.P. doesn’t want fireworks inside the city limits and I support that. Why can’t Lakewood get it together and put something […]
Two out of three of our grandsons with that message to their dad on camera isn’t bad. And while winning two-out-of-three ballgames isn’t a sweep, it’s still more than the other guys.
To be successful, which of the following is most important? A. Become more tech savvy. B. Cut costs. C. Improve communication with customers and prospects. D. Gain market share. E. None of the above.
The great goal of government is not that it should be the means to the end as if to suggest that without government’s ‘help’ (i.e. ‘enforcement’) the end would not be achieved.
The weekend weather was beautiful, the crowds were abundant, and consequently the neon-green garage-sale signs were plastered everywhere with arrows pointing both left and right.