Category: Historic Properties

Skykomish Destroyed by Corruption

Skykomish has been Destroyed by Corruption. Dishonesty and corruption aren’t bad just because they’re against our Creator’s law; they’re wrong because they cause damage and injury to all parties, including perpetrators. Corruption destroys our inner soul and the very fabric of society. Skykomish’s desperate economic and social condition is not due exclusively to external influences, …

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Skykomish Economic Development now controlled by School Children

Skykomish Economic Development falls into the hands of King County School Children as The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation (‘the Trust’) invited King County high school students on a field trip to the Skykomish Hotel so ‘high school students can learn first-hand how to revitalize the structure as a viable, revenue-generating property to spark economic …

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The Skykomish Success Story

The Skykomish Success Story isn’t quite ready for prime time. The Monroe Monitor published ‘Skykomish Gears up for Summer’ and ‘Deception Falls Trails Open Again’. The Monitor’s ‘warm and fuzzy’ articles portray Skykomish as a small town getting ready for a successful summer tourist season. The Facts Paint a Very Different and Disturbing Picture 1. …

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Skykomish Town Attorney Charged with Perjury and Conspiracy

Town of Skykomish legal counsel, Carson Law Group, has been named in a complaint filed in Superior Court. Peter C. Ojala, one of the firm’s attorneys, was also named personally along with David S. Carson and process server, John Rashleigh. Plaintiffs, Skykomish Hotel, LLC, it’s principal and former agent allege Defendants presented sworn statements and …

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Washington State’s ‘Daily Journal of Commerce’ is Fake News

Washington State’s Daily Journal of Commerce is Fake News. Journalistic endeavor starts with a blank page. Investigation, discovery, persistence and hard work birth a narrative. The story essentially tells itself. Make believe journalists, those whose real purpose is to serve crony capitalist masters, publish pieces like this crude fiction, which purports to be the labour …

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Theft of Skykomish Hotel has left an Ugly, Open Wound

Theft of the Skykomish Hotel has left an ugly, open wound that will fester for decades to come. The Skykomish Hotel was not donated to the Town of Skykomish. The Skykomish Hotel was not sold to the Town of Skykomish. The Town of Skykomish did not buy the Skykomish Hotel. The Skykomish Hotel was STOLEN! …

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Stealing Other People’s Property is Fun & Easy

Washington State politicos have long been addicted to stealing other peoples’ property, preying mostly upon the elderly and others who are least able to defend themselves. This model involves taking assets from the non politically connected and redistributing them to political cronies, often using 501(c)3 front NGO organizations like 4Culture.org as cover. The Skykomish Hotel, …

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Skykomish Property Owners are Animals to be Hunted

According to Washington State government official Ted Sturdevant, property owners are nothing more than animals to be hunted. While we know Skykomish Mayor Tony Grider and Council members Todd Brunner, Henry Sladek, Kevin Weiderstrom, Shelly Diane Farnham and Frank Martin agree, the question is, do you? Read more . . . * * * * …

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Skykomish Czar Warren Buffett Brags about his Upper Class Status

Here’s what the 1% think about us 99%: BNSF Railway owner and Skykomish Corporate Oligarch Warren Buffett says “There’s class warfare all right, but it’s my class, the rich class, that’s making war, and we’re winning.” Warren Buffett – New York Times. Sky’s economy is toasted. This is no accident. Skykomish Ruling Elites have sold our town …

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Skykomish Historical Society Resurrection

The Skykomish Historical Society (better known as the Skykomish Hysterical Society) celebrated it Grand Re-Opening at its new location in the historic Maloney General Store building at the corner of Railroad Avenue and 5th Street. While every town has a history, not all are created equal. Skykomish, set in the beautiful splendor of a narrow …

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