Category: Private Property Rights

Skykomish Name Calling, Personal Attacks and Slander

No Discussion of Issues or Solutions  View this post from Skykomish Planning Commissioner, Design Review Board member and School Board Director Michael Pierce in response to Council member and King County Sheriff Mike Janasz’ illegal voting and subsequent threats and harassment of the Skykomish Hotel’s agent, Cate Riley. Also view the supporting ‘Likes’ and comments from …

Continue reading

Change the World and Skykomish

It’s Closer than You Think Many have lived through too many elections already. Republicans and Democrats alike have seen candidates’ promises of a better tomorrow evaporate before their eyes. Hope and Change has become Hoax and Chains. We’ve allowed ourselves to become enslaved by corporate oligarchs, Wall Street banksters, fraudsters and ruling elites who, while promising …

Continue reading

Skykomish Council Candidate Ejected from Meeting

Mayor and Council continue Nazi Activities Rick Aydelotte, candidate for Council Position #5, was silenced and ejected from Monday evening’s Council meeting for refusing to obey Mayor Black’s illegal order to shut up and stand where specified. Others were, as usual, allowed to speak at will and address Council from seats and other places convenient to them. You make …

Continue reading

Skykomish Hotel Responds to Town Complaint (video)

Hotel Owners Say NO to Town’s Latest Threat

Skykomish Mayor Fred Black Caught Red Handed (video)

Admits to Illegal Public Meeting

Skykomish Mob Rule Causes Historic, Tectonic Shift

Skykomish Hotel parties worked tirelessly these past 11 years to return a viable, sustainable economic model that would allow families, entrepreneurs, businesses and investors to thrive in this scenic, but struggling Cascade mountain town. These efforts met stiff resistance, as predatory discrimination, harassment, derision and retaliation became the order of the day. The results are readily apparent. …

Continue reading

Skykomish Hotel Comments on Comprehensive Plan Amendment

Despite Town Efforts to Prevent Public Participation Despite the Town’s every attempt to prevent public participation or comments regarding its proposed Comprehensive Plan Amendment, the Skykomish Hotel presented a serious response questioning the proposed Amendment’s purpose, why it’s designed to benefit a few ‘select’ property owners, why numerous legal requirements have not been met, why …

Continue reading

Load more