Friday, September 7, 2007

What's New in Federal Way - Sept. 7

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Deal reached with woman who registered dog to vote
SEATTLETIMES.NWSOURCE.COM -- "Next stop, the Legislature." That's what Jane Balogh said Wednesday after accepting a deal that will allow her to avoid a criminal conviction for registering her dog to vote. Balogh, a Federal Way grandmother, said she won't give up trying to change state law so prospective voters would have to prove they are citizens. More...


Warning: Don’t run reds on FW’s lifeline
FEDERALWAYAN.COM -- The TNT reports on Federal Way City Council’s green light for red light cameras. The slated pilot intersections are two of the busiest (and most backed up): 320th/Pac Hwy (right downtown) and 348th/Enchanted Pkwy (down by the Crossings and Home Depot). More...

Looks like FW plans to try it again!
VOTENOANNEXATION.BLOGSPOT.COM -- City Manager (Neal Beets) Emerging Issues: Annexation Update: The report was real simple and short. Neal Beets stated, ‘we are awaiting additional information from King County Elections and will be getting precinct data to determine how the residents in the PAA voted. More...


Shelter Operations Training Offered
CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM -- The City of Federal Way has announced that it will host shelter operations training provided by the American Red Cross. The training will provide basic information on how volunteer emergency workers can establish and operate an emergency shelter. Download (PDF)

Han Woo-Ri Northwest Korean Sports and Cultural Festival
CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM -- Han Woo-Ri, the Northwest Korean Sports and Cultural Festival featuring all things Korean will take place in Federal Way Sept. 21-23 Download (PDF)

Targeted School Zone Enforcement starting Tuesday, September 4, 2007
CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM -- With the start of a new school year on Tuesday morning, school age children will be traveling to and from our local schools. The Federal Way Police Department’s Traffic Unit will be conducting targeted School Zone Speed Enforcement at designated school zones throughout the city. (I know it's old news, but they didn't even post it until 9/5. Download (PDF)

Officer Misconduct in Federal Way Police Department
CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM -- A City of Federal Way Police officer is on administrative leave pending the outcome of misconduct charges. The investigation was initiated based on allegations made by a 17-year-old high school student about the conduct of Officer Terry Wilson who was assigned as a School Resource Officer at her school. The alleged misconduct occurred at Federal Way High School on or about June 1, 2007 and allegedly involved inappropriate comments and touching by the officer. Download (PDF)



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