Screenshot of Glen Morgan’s PDC complaint against Burien City Councilmember Lauren Berkowitz. By Jack Mayne A conservative activist in the Olympia area is taking aim at Democrat office holders across... [Read more]
EDITOR’S NOTE: This story was updated on Oct. 30 at 2:15 p.m.: Analysis by Jack Mayne For the past few years, Burien’s City Council elections have been a bit more contentious with two sides (or... [Read more]
Dear Editor, Candidate Gordon Shaw reached deep into his bag of dirty political tricks to send out a mailer that intentionally attempts to confuse the voters of Burien and to imply that his opponent Bob... [Read more]
Dear Citizens and Voters of Burien; I, Bob Edgar, am an active candidate for the Burien Council Position No.4. I am willing and eager to serve the citizens of Burien, if I am elected in the November election.... [Read more]
by Ralph Nichols Candidate filing for this yearâ€™s primary and general elections doesnâ€™t begin for another month, but the four hopefuls for state representative from the 34th Legislative District,... [Read more]
On Monday (April 5), we received a press release stating that 34th District candidate Sabra Schneider was withdrawing from the race for Rep. Sharon Nelson’s seat (Pos. #2) due to a torn ACL and MCL... [Read more]
Jack Block, Jr., former Deputy Mayor and Councilmember, on Friday (May 15th) announced his candidacy for Burien City Council, Position 7, currently held by Sally Nelson.
â€œI was proud of the investments we made in our community in Burien while I served on the City Council,â€ said Block in a statement. â€œBut I have unfinished business, and want to ensure that Burien is looking after our working families and their futures…â€
This coming Saturday, March 28th, from 8:30pm-9:30pm will be “Earth Hour,” where all citizens of planet Earth are encouraged to turn their lights off for one full hour.
We just double-checked and determined that Burien was still part of Earth, so apparently this will include our town as well.
“Earth Hour” is sponsored by the World Wildlife Fund, which is asking individuals, businesses, governments and organizations around the world to turn off their lights to make a global statement of concern about climate change and to demonstrate commitment to finding solutions…