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The Preliminary Sunset Neighborhood Park Master Plan was presented to, and adopted by the Committee of the Whole on November 3, 2014! This future public neighborhood park will be a place for people to enjoy, relax, contemplate, plan and connect. Read more.
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Renton Reporter Op-EdJanuary 23, 2015
By Chief Kevin Milosevich, Renton Police Department
I’d like to commend the Renton Reporter for its series of articles on “Can Ferguson Happen Here?” This is a very important and serious issue, not only for the nation but for our city and community. And specifically for the Renton Police Department.Last week the Renton Reporter interviewed Officer Mark Coleman, former police guild president, who offered his perspective and that of the Police Guild on the issue. I would like to respectfully state that I do not agree with all of Officer Coleman’s comments. As Renton’s police chief, representing over 150 officers in the Renton Police Department, and the nearly 100,000 residents of Renton, I would like to take this opportunity to share my viewpoint and that of the Mayor’s Office.Officer Coleman’s description of the department as a “close-knit organization of comrades” could lead the reader to the misconception that law enforcement is more concerned about their own people than with taking care of the needs of the community. The fact is that the most important duty of police is to protect our community and the rights of the people in our community. Continue Reading...
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