Tag: Sound Transit Chairman Dow Constantine

Skykomish Condo Development Project Falls Apart

The Monroe Monitor published ‘Speed Limit Could Halt Skykomish Development’ by Chris Hendrickson. Great Fake News article, and now… Here’s the Real Story: Sky Ruling Elites got snookered by BNSF Railway and Washington State Department of Ecology’s (WSDoE) Environmental cleanup scam into accepting financial responsibility for a Wastewater Treatment Facility that town residents cannot afford. …

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Warren Buffett’s BNSF Railway is Public Enemy #1

Warren Buffett’s BNSF Railway is Public Enemy #1. While Warren Buffett has been marketed as a smart, folksy, grandfatherly ‘Value Investor’, the truth is, this ugly, greedy monster corrupts everything he touches and cares about just one thing: MONEY. Buffett owns BNSF Railway, Bank of America, Wells Fargo Bank and hundreds of other mega corporations, …

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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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BNSF Railway Comes Under a Hail of Gunfire

BNSF Railway has Come Under Fire – Literally. According to BNSF Railway spokesperson Gus Melonas, the lead locomotive of a BNSF freight train was struck at least 15 times in a hail of gunfire from a highway vehicle pacing the train midway between Seattle and Spokane. Melonas said no one was injured and noted BNSF …

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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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Skykomish – Deception at Deception Falls

Skykomish Mayor, Tony Grider, received kudos from Monroe Monitor reporter Chris Hendrickson in her article ‘Deception Falls Trails Open Again‘ which outlined how the Town would now be responsible for maintaining the trails. While it’s certainly great to see the trail open, let’s review the facts: This effort was reported as being necessary because the …

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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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America and Skykomish in Ruins

Detroit, Chicago, Baltimore, Camden and other Once Great Cities Fall into the Ditch Towns, as well as individual properties, become derelict when stakeholders (those with actual $$$ skin in the game) no longer believe the risk is worth the effort. This usually  occurs when government places too many hurdles in the way. Hurdles consist of rules, regulations, …

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