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THE ARGUMENT FOR MORE SCHOOL OPTIONS
Study shows most state residents favor charter schools


April 13, 2012

As we move into the twenty-first century, the growth of individualized services is one very clear trend. Most aspects of our lives are improved with customization to meet our needs—our phones, our banking, our insurance, our software, and even our employment arrangements are much more adaptable. Education services, however, have been surprisingly resistant to change.

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IN AMERICA AS YOUR PRODUCTIVITY INCREASES, YOUR WAGES DECREASE

April 01, 2012

The drumbeat for economic advancement is filled with warnings that our kids must get a college education to get ahead. So it’s instructive to see where those college educations can lead. Take my friend’s son Dale, for example.

He’s 28, with a bachelor of arts degree from the University of Washington. He is highly skilled with computers, audio-visual equipment and other technical systems. He’s personable, articulate, and gets along well with almost anyone.


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OPEN LETTER TO MONROE MAYOR ZIMMERMAN

March 28, 2012

In my opinion it appears that Chad Minnick, who I have been told is your political consultant, has advised you, Mayor Zimmerman, to break the law.

By law, taxes can only be raised 1% a year without voter approval. I won’t vote to approve a tax increase. Will anyone else?


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NOTES FROM AFAR
Former Monroe man weighs in on controversial mayor & city council


March 28, 2012

To the reader: Dennis Gallagher, now a resident of New Zealand, lived and worked in Monroe and the Monroe area for twenty years. For five of those years he was a member of Monroe’s planning commission.

Mr. Gallagher also operates a blog. In this piece he responds to a Monroe man who wrote to him about “Monroe’s gov’t…increasingly finding itself on the wrong side of people who care about the city.”


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WHY ARE MONROE OFFICIALS BREAKING LAWS?
Ask local residents


March 23, 2012

(MONROE, WA) -- When local people stand together to protect our community and develop a vision for our future, we can make a positive impact.

The plan our community developed for the North Kelsey site was a good example. Our city bought that property expressly to make sure it was developed in a way consistent with values of the development plan.


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