Puyallup rampage suspect receives heavy charges

"Prosecutors on Monday filed 17 felony counts, including first-degree murder, against the man they believe went on a rampage last week in Puyallup, killing a 71-year-old resident and terrorizing dozens of others."

 

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Excessive property regulation continues

"The Council’s 5 to 2 approval on Tuesday marked the first major overhaul of the Pierce County Shoreline Master Program since it was created in 1974. [ . . . ] The state said the county must do more to protect Lake Tapps and Spanaway Lake. It said properties there must have 75-foot buffers between the shoreline and any new development or redevelopment."

 

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Suggesting ideas to improve our schools

"Dammeier’s proposal aims to solve a problem identified by the state Supreme Court: Too much money from local school district levies is being used to fund basic education costs, such as school supplies and teacher salaries, that the court says are the state’s responsibility. To address that issue, Dammeier’s plan would reduce local levies to no more than $1.25 per $1,000 in assessed value by 2020."

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