We have slowly begun illuminating our inner jerk with the advent of the internet, where one can say the most despicable things and get away with it — and as you know, suffer absolutely no repercussions.
Pierce County Superior Court Judge Stanley Rumbaugh must be congratulated for exploring the concept of elected officials being held partially responsible for their own legal transgressions when it comes to transparency.
Before continuing as bullies and grabbing for something not theirs, the Tacoma council should be statesmen, researching the issue and communicating with its neighbor and working towards a benefit for both.
I find it bothersome that Gov. Jay Inslee , who proclaims to be Washington’s advocate for clean air, would pick the person he did to be his senior climate policy adviser to build climate networks abroad.
Seattle’s new SR 99 tunnel has a stacked roadway inside. Crews recently finished pouring the upper southbound roadway. Now the lower northbound road is under construction as shown in this time-lapse footage. Unlike the top deck, the lower surface is built with concrete panels constructed off-site, each one weighing 22 tons. The pre-made panels are trucked into the tunnel, lifted with a specialized crane and joined together to create a functioning highway. The tunnel was created by the huge drilling machine Bertha as part of the $3.2 billion Alaska Way Viaduct Replacement Program that is scheduled to be complete in 2023. Video courtesy of WSDOT.
Building the lower road in Seattle’s new double-deck tunnel
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