Burien Parks sent out the following Tweet Friday morning, Jan. 20, which included the photo above of a downed tree blocking the road to Seahurst Park: Seahurst Park in #Burien is closed to the public... [Read more]
It’s the start of a new month, which means that, before we dive headfirst into summer, it’s time to take a look back at June 2011, reflect and share our thanks: Ah, the sweet sweet rain of... [Read more]
Around 11:15am on Tuesday, March 1st, Burien Parks Director Michael LaFraniere sent out the following Tweet: Sources tell us a 40-ft long gray whale was spotted feeding about 10am this morning approx 100... [Read more]
UPDATE 5pm 4/16/10: The latest Tweet from the Washington State Department of Transportation reads: “SR 509 in Normandy Park – Crews have opened one lane and are alternating traffic through... [Read more]
BREAKING NEWS: In an emergency afternoon session, the Burien City Council voted today to impose a 20 percent internet tax on all users within the city boundaries. “With the downturn in the economy... [Read more]
by Janet Grella
Wednesday (March 18th) marked a new era in the City of Burien’s ongoing effort to upgrade their communications system with residents.
Approximately 1,800 citizens received the city’s first-ever online monthly newsletter.
All residents will continue to receive the quarterly, printed newsletter via snailmail.
If you are interested in receiving the online newsletter email your interest to email@example.com or call 206-241-4647…
Twitter is the new black, even though their mascot is a blue bird. And since we’re oh so ding dang fashionable at the B-Town Blog, we now use it as well. Daily. Hourly. Sometimes even…minutely. You... [Read more]