Politics & Government

May 13, 2014 12:00 AM

Community center's books found clean after 'full' accounting by city

The city of Lakewood says it has no plans to re-examine the finances of the Tillicum community center after learning Monday that Karen Priest, the center’s executive director, had been charged with crimes related to her personal finances.

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