The owner of the Meal Makers restaurant property will appeal a recent court ruling that would allow the city of Burien to take their land for development of Town Square.
Robin Oldfelt, a spokeswoman for Strobel Family Trust, told the Times/News on Aug. 12 that "we'll follow all avenues of appeal to be able to keep our property and develop it according to the original Town Square objectives."
King County Superior Court Judge Michael Heavey determined on Aug.
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A King County Superior Court judge ruled in favor of Burien Aug.
Exhibiting the no nonsense attitude she has displayed for the past nearly two decades on the Port of Seattle commission, Paige Miller was blunt and direct when she said she not only wants to end the Richard Conlin's time on the Seattle City Council but openly covets his job as chairman of the council's transportation committee.
"I've accomplished what I set out to do with the port and I want to take my skill, experience, tenacity, and persistence to the city where they really need some help, particularly on transportation issues which I know a lot about," Miller says.
Burien Councilwoman Sally Nelson announced last week that she is a candidate for re-election to the city council.
"I have been honored to serve the citizens of Burien as mayor, deputy mayor and council member," Nelson declared. "I have helped provide a strong foundation for our city.
"Who remembers empty storefronts, and a grim Main Street?
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