Thursday, October 4, 2007

What's News in Federal Way -- Oct. 4

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FWay should put limit on take-home cars
THENEWSTRIBUNE.COM (10/04) -- Federal Way is going slow when it comes to providing take-home cars for its young police department. That’s a good idea; such programs have been controversial nearly everywhere they’ve been implemented. More...

ADP Open House October 10th
GADBALL.COM (10/04) -- Please join us on October 10th for the ADP Employment Open House in Federal Way, WA! Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP), with over $7 billion in revenues and approximately 570,000 clients worldwide, is one of the largest providers of a broad range of premier, mission-critical, cost-effective transaction processing and information-based business solutions. Our services include a full suite of human resource administrative services and computing solutions for auto and truck dealers and vehicle manufacturers. More...
Note: This website seems to have an incorrect address for ADP. The correct address is 3455 S 344th Way, Federal Way, WA 98001 (map)

Trio of talented Eagles help Federal Way take flight
THENEWSTRIBUNE.COM (10/03) -- If it seems like every week, there’s a football game with league title implications, well, it’s because there is. It will be no different again this week when Federal Way travels to French Field to take on Kentwood in a key South Puget Sound League North clash on Thursday. More...

Winners of Federal Way's 2007 Arts Alive Juried Show
THENEWSTRIBUNE.COM (10/02) -- For visual artists and photographers in Tacoma's neighboring King County suburb of Federal Way, there is only one show in town, the City sponsored "Arts Alive Juried Art Exhibition" which arrives annually a few weeks after the kids go back to school. More...

Baden claims $8M patent court victory
BIZJOURNALS.COM (10/03) -- Baden Sports Inc. says it's been awarded an $8.1 million judgment in a patent infringement case brought against Molten Corp. by a federal court jury in Seattle. The Federal Way-based sporting goods company sued Molten Corp. of Japan and its U.S. subsidiary, Molten USA of Reno, Nev., in U.S. District Court of Western Washington, claiming its patented basketball technology was infringed by Molten. More...

Federal Way City Council completes annual evaluation of City Manager
CITYOFFEDERALWAY.COM (10/03) -- On Oct. 2, the Federal Way City Council completed its annual evaluation of City Manager Neal Beets. Beets, who joined the City in August 2006, received a “meets expectations” rating. “The entire Council is confident in Neal’s performance this past year,” said Mayor Michael Park. “We are looking forward to working with Neal to further enhance the quality of life here.” More... (PDF)

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