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The change was carefully proposed by Commission President Tom Albro , who said he won't take the money. The commission is only four members right now, pending the swearing-in of appointee Courtney Gregoire on Friday...No one spoke about the salary
In their first meeting since Tacoma lured one of the Port of Seattle's biggest customers to the City of Destiny, Seattle and Tacoma port executives and commissioners met with Gov. Chris Gregoire Wednesday in Olympia. Along with choosing a president
Microsoft attorney Courtney Gregoire, daughter of the former governor, was picked on Tuesday as the newest Seattle Port commissioner. She will take the place of Gael Tarleton, who was elected to the state House of Representatives last November. She
The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...The meeting starts at 1 p.m. and is broadcast live on the Port's web site. Five finalists for the seat met twice last week for two-hour public forums that touched on
Analysis and commentary on economic news, trends and issues, with an emphasis on Seattle and the Northwest. February 27, 2013 at 10:31 AM Port commission needs to raise more than its salary Posted by Jon Talton The voters have spoken, the bastards.
The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Just to show he's not trying to get rich, Albro said he will waive the salary for himself, and he is proposing it right before he has to face re-election, possibly
The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Almost as soon as they appoint a new member from a field of six finalists , they'll be short one commissioner again when Rob Holland's resignation becomes effective March
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Mega mail theft It's good to be the King Missing chicken Posted by Nick Provenza National Weather Service / Forecast A lot of stolen mail : A man in Port Townsend has been arrested in connection with the theft of 1,000 pounds of mail allegedly for
Seattle Port Commissioner Rob Holland has resigned, three years into his first term and days after a critical article by Seattle Times reporter Emily Heffter laid out Holland's multiple problems, ranging from improper personal expenses on his Port