By David Anderson, Tillicum The Washington Military Department’s “explanation” for moving its gate is absent without leave. With two years and as many attempts to offer something substantive in its supposed authoritative and persuasive document – aka the Environmental Assessment (EA) – Camp Murray provides 268 pages of regurgitated justification for the same singular “Preferred Option”.
By David Anderson, Tillicum The Washington Military Department’s $4.7 M plan to move its main gate the distance of a couple football fields will mean vehicles traveling to and from Camp Murray will save 40 seconds in travel time over leaving the gate where it is. Click here to read more. And that’s a steal.
By David Anderson, President, Tillicum Woodbrook Neighborhood Association “Rest assured,” City Manager Andrew Neiditz writes in an attempt to calm the very ill at ease Tillicum public over yet a second attempt in as many years to relocate Camp Murray’s gate, and its resultant grievous impact, to the interior streets of the neighborhood. “City staff […]
By David Anderson Lakewood City Manager Andrew Neidtiz suggests that “two Tillicum residents” charged the City – and Camp Murray – with not having fully explored “all options with regard a new Camp Murray gate.” That however, is not a shot across the bow. It is a direct hit on our ship of state. In […]