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02:56 min | 2 years ago

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"Judge late yesterday ordered for profit signature gathering firm citizen solutions to pay more than a million dollars the ruling follows state Attorney General Bob Ferguson lawsuit against the organization claiming that it deceived Washingtonians by funneling more than three hundred and eight thousand dollars in campaign donations to Tim Eyman judge James Dixon world I'm in use the funds for personal expenses and to support the signature gathering effort for different initiative hi five seventeen I am an attorney is mark lamb and he tells The Seattle Times that his client has done nothing wrong and that the money he got was lawfully earned for the services he provided renters who are victims of domestic violence will no longer have to pay for damage caused by their abusive partners under a new law passed by the Seattle city council couples core when it reports the ordinance also protects landlords existing law added insult to injury renters terrorized by abusive partners not only suffered physical and mental harm they were also on the hook for broken windows and other property damage inflicted by the abuser advocates for domestic violence victims remind city council members what can happen tenants who are held liable for damages can lead to a cascading chain of events including eviction and all too often homelessness what a proposed solution would have left it up to landlords to recoup the cost is domestic violence perpetrated doesn't even have to be a tenant he could just be an unknown guest and the glamour have no way of tracking that person down so this has the potential to be very costly for landlords the new long dresses both concerns not only does it protect victims from costs but also includes a mitigation program under which landlords can be reimbursed for abuse or damage not covered by insurance Corwin hake komo news and October is domestic violence awareness month but here in Washington it's called something else domestic violence action month Kelly Starr is with the Washington state coalition against domestic violence awareness across their standards really quite high what we hear from people. all it is I don't quite know what to do about it and so we want folks to not just be aware actually be ball she says if you suspect somebody needs help tries something simple like asking how they are listening to a more just trying to stay in touch star also says anyone can call the national domestic violence hotline whether they're victims supporters or concerned friends their phone number is one eight hundred seven nine nine seven two three three the superintendent in the to home school district is out during a special meeting the last night the school board accepted the resignation of superintendent Tony Jurado and they issued a statement that says in part quote through the fault of neither party Mister Dorados considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district the parents on a Facebook page say they've been blind sided one writing that they can't believe it they were very impressed with him and had tried to give in the past to the board and administration the benefit of the doubt we've reached out to the districts and board members for further comment coming up on Kamel competition in Washington's eighth congressional district may have differences.

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01:31 min | 2 years ago

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"Quinn was herself suspended and accused of insubordination she was reinstated after investigation found no wrongdoing but now has resigned effective December thirty first meantime the county says an independent investigation into complaints raised by employees of the medical. Sam enters office has been resolved by agreement Corwin Hey komo news some parents in the to home school districts say they feel blindsided the new superintendent resigned last night at a special board meeting to home school superintendent Tony Jurado has only been on the job since may of last year no clear reason given by the school board right now for his resignation last night I mean and died and I'm angry at the same time I just don't understand Rachel as three boys in the district and tells como superintendent Jurado was very well liked and seems like he really cared it was completely available might well the fun has issued a middle school every something directly and he was very responsive now a statement from the district issue last night after the special meeting gives no indication what the rift is stating only it through the fault of the other party Mr Dorados considerable high integrity skills knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district Carly Johnson come on news your car tabs went up today if you drive a hybrid or electric vehicle as goals Brian caliber reports it's part of that big carbon emission reduction bill that passed earlier this year Republicans like Jim Walsh joint house Democrats in passing the plan he said just before the vote. your.

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09:09 min | 2 years ago

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"A local whistleblower and assistant medical examiner who accused her boss of wrongdoing has now resigned herself almost core when he kicks planes Pierce county assistant medical examiner Dr Megan Quinn has resigned after a year that began with Quinn filing a whistle blower complaint against chief ME Dr Thomas Clark I just I took an oath of office as a physician and I am really concerned that there are ways in which she's feeling to fulfill that one of Quinn's charges said Clark had withheld evidence of abuse in the deaths of two small children the result of all this Quinn was herself suspended and accused of insubordination she was reinstated after investigation found no wrongdoing but now has resigned effective December thirty first meantime the county says an independent investigation into complaints raised by employees of the medical examiner's office has been resolved by agreement Corwin Heiko more news some parents in the to home school district say they feel blindsided. the new superintendent resigned last night in a special board meeting more from call most Carlene Johnson to home a school superintendent Tony Jurado has only been on the job since may of last year no clear reason given by the school board right now for his resignation last night I mean I'm bad and I'm angry at the same time I just don't understand Rachel as three boys in the district Intel's como superintendent Jurado was very well liked and seems like he really cared completely available my oldest son had issues and middle school every something directly and he was very responsive and now a statement from the district issued last night after the special meeting gives no indication what the rift is sitting only it through the fault of the other party at Mr Dorados considerable high integrity skills knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district Carly Johnson come on news if you drive a hybrid or electric vehicle your car tabs just got a little more expensive this call was Brian Calvert reports it's part of that big carbon emission reduction bill passed earlier this year Republicans like Jim Walsh joint house Democrats in passing the plan he said just before the vote. your friendships rather than. from on high from central bureaucracies incentives are the. policy outcomes there are incentives like no sales tax on new hybrids electrics priced under forty five grand but today there's also a new feed on car tab bills on top of the one hundred fifty dollars to make up for not paying gas taxes in the massive sound transit charges hybrid and electric car owners now have an additional seventy five dollars to pay that money will be used to fund more charging stations throughout the state those who work for lifting Hooper who bought hybrids which don't really benefit from the charging stations say the new feet takes away half for most of a day's wages Brian Calvert komo news in Seattle cost you more to heat your home with oil starting next year and you can thank mayor Jenny darken the story from Kamose great Herschel to the city council unanimously approved and dark and signed into law a new tax on home heating oil designed to fight climate change by encouraging people to switch to clean energy taxes twenty four cents a gallon it'll be imposed darting next September the city expects to collect about one point six million dollars in the first year and use the revenue for grants and rebates to help people move to electric heat the city will also help oil providers learn alternative systems it's estimated that eighteen thousand Seattle household still use oil heat Greg Herschel komo news today the city of Seattle sweeps the homeless camp that's been set up along I ninety como's Denise wicker reports from Jose result park right now there's a lot of trash all over the place and it's just not that great of a place to hang out the city says it is time for the people who live in the park to move along during daylight hours you can easily seen just how many people and their pets leave here in Jose Rizal park they've been here for quite some time it's easily seen by drivers from I. five and I. ninety hundreds of people and their pets call this area home but the city says no longer let's go most of these would occur Washington's governor Jay Inslee is seeking changes in how the state deals with problem wolves and ferry county in an effort to reduce the number of gray wolves that are being killed almost Franklin's. reports the governor sent a letter to the department of fish and wildlife on Monday saying that the state's wealth management plan does not appear to be working in the kettle river range area in recent years the state is still about two dozen wolves in that area that we're praying on livestock that is outraged advocate to get in the state is repeatedly shooting walls living in prime habitat Insley asked the agency to devise a new management approach in the kettle river range and report back to him by December first Frank Lenzi komo news come on news time twelve ten time for an update on sports now Sotos gonna be hopping two days from today would LA comes to town more from Tom Hudler big match up the the NFC west Thursday night the Seahawks was the rams will team three and what odds makers have Seattle listed as a slim one point favorite the Huskies are looking for more turnovers when they take on Stanford Saturday they had three interceptions against USC and true freshman Kim Williams had a couple of them. seven nothing snapped a fake out of the gun jumps back to the twenty five. dogs favored by fourteen and a half Saturday night at seven thirty at Stanford coverage starts at two thirty no game for the coop this week game on in the National League playoffs the wild card game tonight Washington hosting Milwaukee pitcher Brandon Woodruff gets a star for the brewers against Washington's Max Scherzer brewer skipper Craig Counsell says sure there's probably bound for Cooperstown they obviously have they're they're starting a guide tomorrow night that's one of the movies but without all fame and also is is really really good. so let's be in by nature to handle situations differently those comments made yesterday to game time this evening five o'clock American League wild card game tomorrow as Oakland will host Tampa Bay sports a ten forty past each hour Tom on the home of the Huskies komo news yesterday California governor Gavin Newsom signed into law. what is sexually allow student athletes to be paid for endorsements and the use of their likeness and here in Washington a bill with similar language has already been introduced Coles Nick pop of reports straight one battle and jaded McDaniels are both freshmen on your dubs basketball team this year the sentiment with many college athletes to say when it comes down to it they should be paid in more than just scholarship. so the money of watching us our first game is already sold out already so I mean we should at least give from that they sell our jerseys and like how they promote list I feel like we should get a little bit and soon in California that's what's going to happen for students that play ball in the Golden State not only will student athletes be able to sign endorsement deals to be paid for their likeness but they'll be able to hire agents something you couldn't do until you decided to try and go pro well I think paying them good news is it is in like alleys money for their families all the hard work they put in to get the weather at the coaches here in Seattle in the NC double a I don't see it that way as the like the scholarship and all of it is is that the guys got was always a pretty darn good deal. go. who is not a problem I have to solve so good luck in a public statement from the NC a a they say quote the NC double a agrees changes are needed to continue to support student athletes but improvement needs to happen on a national level through the NC double a is rule making process it goes on to say that as more states consider their own specific legislation related to this topic it's clear that a patchwork of different laws from different states make unattainable the goal of providing a fair level playing field for eleven hundred campuses in nearly half a million student athletes nationwide as for that long it won't take effect in California until twenty twenty three come on it is time twelve thirteen the former chairman of an international law firm learns his sentence today in the college admissions cheating scandal as chairman of Willkie Farr and Gallagher federal prosecutors said Gordon Kaplan reached the apex of his profession how he could engage in such blatant criminality they said reveals a staggering disdain for the law Kaplan pleaded guilty to paying seventy five thousand dollars to have a proctor correct his daughter's AC T. answers and prosecutor suggested a prison term of eight months the defense called Kaplan a broken man who fell prey to his own ego ambitions for his children the defense cities screwed up he committed a crime he has owned it and they said is a fence does not warrant incarceration parent teacher ski ABC news New York a guilty plea from an engineer at ya who's accused of attack of hacking into thousands of users email accounts ray as Ruiz hacked into about six thousand Yang accounts in search of private and personal record specifically looking for users sexual pictures and videos according to federal prosecutors Ruiz entering a guilty plea admitting in court to using access he got through his work at Yahoo to get into the accounts targeting younger women and once in their Yahoo accounts seat allegedly go after their Facebook G. mail and Dropbox accounts Ruiz will learn his sentence next year Alex stone EBC name someone whose time twelve for. traffic.

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"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

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01:33 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"District superintendent Tony Jurado resigned from his position last night a post on the district's Facebook page said he was not the best match for the district's needs parents in a district like Rachel tell come of that sudden right his resignation makes no sense is I haven't heard of any controversy or scandal whatsoever nothing like that it was just from out of the blue I have no idea what happened and I haven't spoken to anyone who has any idea district spokesman telling call they expect to release further details later today we've also reached out to board members for comment a year from today the real ID act kicks in meaning you'll need an enhanced driver's license or a passport to get through security for any flight Theresa Burr instead is director of the department of licensing right now in Washington state about nine hundred and fifty thousand people in his driver's license or ID card fourteen percent of eligible person to rely. the act passed in two thousand five based on security recommendations for the nine eleven commission after the September eleventh terror attacks the enhanced license does cost more seventy eight dollars as opposed to fifty four for the standard license renewal untidy critter protected by the Endangered Species Act blamed for years of delays on a planned road project to make it safer for kids walking to and from this quality middle school one of the Thurston county commissioners is making it very clear he's fed up with it goals carting Johnson reports searching county commissioner Gary Edwards tells the Olympian he's fed up with the go for being prioritized over children the most I'm a pocket gopher to be exact holding up a project which was approved years ago at silicon road southeast between Pacific Avenue and Marvin road.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"News center at Thurston county Superior Court judge late yesterday ordered for profit signature gathering firm citizen solutions to pay more than one million dollars the ruling follow state Attorney General Bob Ferguson lawsuit against the organization that he claimed it deceived Washingtonians by following more than three hundred eight thousand dollars in campaign donations to Tim Eyman judge James Dixon rolled I'm and use those funds for personal expenses and to support the signature gathering effort for a different initiative I five seventeen I'm an attorney mark lamisil The Seattle Times is quite is done nothing wrong in the money he got was lawfully earned for the services he provided. constructing a massive live over I five through downtown Seattle is technically feasible according to an engineering firm hired to study it the latest from Kohl's Corwin hake the goal of a group of urban planners is to completely cover the I five trench that runs from south lake union through first hill relieving noise and pollution and stitching together a city carved in half when the freeway opened in the early nineteen sixty is sort of one the two blocks with of our downtown neighborhoods and created a very significant a physical division between our neighborhood Scott bond you can as an architect on the lid on five campaign which convinced the city to pay for a feasibility study the completed study finds the project is not only technically feasible but says such a lid could even support high rise buildings for affordable housing a section of downtown I five has already been lit and of course in the form of freeway park and the convention center the proposal it would be far larger nearly one and a half miles long Corwin Heiko more news the superintendent of the to home school district is out during a special meeting last night the school board accepted the resignation of superintendent Tony Jurado and he issued a statement that says in parts bill of that through the fault of neither party Mister Dorados considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district the parents on a Facebook page say they've been blindsided one writing I cannot believe this I was so very impressed with him I've tried in the past to give the board and administration the benefit of the doubt but I don't think I can do that anymore we reached out to the district and more members for comment the gunman got away after shooting a man in the chest at a busy shopping center on Grady way in Renton goals Joe Marino reports from the scene police say a man was shot several times while he sat inside this Acura witnesses say another car pulled alongside the man got out and stepped into the actor a.

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05:05 min | 2 years ago

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"Twice a day was there Nando's near me. try Nando's Perry Perry apparently it's a south African thing. okay well most Seattle kale and. twenty minutes of nonstop news starts now coming up domestic violence often means a rec department. how would you law protects the victims first live update from ABC news coverage time ten o'clock. from ABC news. I'm Scott Goldberg after six hours of deliberation a jury in Dallas is found a former police officer who is white guilty of murdering her neighbor who was black inside his own apartments hamburgers assertion from the moment she called nine one one has been that. I thought it was in my apartment and I saw it I think it was my parking it apparently fell on deaf ears as judge Tammy can't read the verdict we the jury unanimously find the defendant amber Geiger guilty of murder as charged in the indictment. our first now prosecutors will push for a ninety nine year prison sentence says the punishment phase of the trial begins Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas secretary of state Mike Pompeii always standing in the way of one of the house committees investigating the president for possible impeachment and trying to depose state department workers to secretary of state has just actually sent a letter to the house foreign affairs committee that states that he does not want those five state department officials showing up pieces they may not attend any interview or deposition without counsel from the executive branch present ABC's Catherine folders this development of after we learned secretary Pompeii I was on the call with president trump and his Ukrainian counterpart in which a whistle blower said Mr trump was using the power of his office to target a political rival the president's been saying he wants to know who that whistle blower is Democrats ramp up their investigation the president is ramping up his attacks against the whistle blower trump says he deserves to meet his accuser but the whistleblowers attorney says that his client is entitled to anonymity that retaliating against this person would be a violation of federal law ABC's merry Bruce at the capitol then Hong Kong chaos after what started as a peaceful protest of please K. mask with tear gas with water cannon with rubber bullets the protesters responded with petrol bombs I'm with bricks the reports the one of the protest as we shot with the live rounds at close range maybe CZ in panel on Hong Kong this coinciding with China's national day you're listening to ABC news. stay informed como mid day good morning to you at ten OO to on this Tuesday morning as a bring your top stories from the call twenty four seven news center part of twenty minutes of nonstop news Carly forty four and sunny downtown on tumblr. Anthony to home school district made but they say the of may feel a little blindsided today the new superintendent resigning last night at the special board meeting more from couples calling Johnson to home a school superintendent Tony Jurado has only been on the job since may of last year no clear reason given by the school board right now for his resignation last night I mean I'm bad and I'm angry at the same time I just don't understand Rachel as three boys in the district Intel's como superintendent Jurado was very well liked and seems like he really cared completely available my oldest son had issued by middle school every something directly and he was very responsive now a statement from the district issue last night after the special meeting gives no indication what the rift is sitting only it through the fault of the other party at Mr Dorados considerable high integrity skills knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district Carly Johnson come on news coverage on channel three the associated students of W. S. you what a former Pullman police sergeant retried on sexual misconduct allegations Daniel Hargraves was accused of coercing a freshman student to perform a sex act on it when she was drunk and thought she was under arrest but Whitman county jury could not reach a verdict in the trial earlier this month and a judge declared a mistrial KXLY reports as of last week late in the week a county prosecutor Denise Tracy had not announced whether or not he would retry the case writers who are victims of domestic violence will no longer have to pay for damage caused by their abusive partners under a new law passed by the Seattle city council couples core when it reports the ordinance also protects landlord existing law added insult to injury renters terrorized my abusive partners not only suffered physical and mental harm they were also on the hook for broken windows and other property damage inflicted by the abuser advocates for domestic violence victims remind city council members what can happen tenants who are held liable for damages can lead to a cascading chain of events including infection and all too often homelessness what a proposed solution would have left it up to land. lords to recoup the cost is domestic violence perpetrated is even have to be a tenant he could just be an unknown guest and the glamour have no way of tracking that person down so this has the potential to be very costly for landlords the new long dresses both concerns not only does it protect victims from costs but also includes a mitigation program under which landlords can be reimbursed for abuse or damage not covered by insurance score one Hey come on who had coming up after we check your traffic.

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03:12 min | 2 years ago

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"In the moments right after the jury's verdict was read there was a gas and I also saw both from Johns mother Alice and her head fell back and she was looking up to the ceiling amber Geiger could get life in prison her sentencing still to come Scott Goldberg ABC news one thousand have been ninety seven seven. forty four degrees in downtown Seattle had nine thirty one at our beautiful crisp sky blues guys we've got our top stories and a couple twenty four seven news that are now a judge's as a for profit signature gathering firm has to be more than a million dollars for deceiving state residents by following their campaign donations to Tim Eyman four islands personal use the details from calls Eric Heinz state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said the campaign finance lawsuit was filed in twenty seventeen after citizen solutions on lawfully concealed the three hundred and eight thousand dollar payment to island Thurston county judge James Dixon ruled organizations William Agha's arm approve the payment to I'm in knowing that I am and would use the funds for his own personal expenses and to support a different initiative at the beginning of the trial I'm an attorney said his client had done nothing wrong and the money he got was lawfully earned for the services he provided kinds colonias homeschool district superintendent Tony Jurado resigning from his position last night to post on the district's Facebook page said Jurado was not the best match for the district's needs parents in the district like racial tell come the sudden resignation makes no sense is they haven't heard of any controversy or scandal whatsoever nothing like that it was just from out of the blue I have no idea what happened and I haven't spoken to anyone who has any idea district spokesman telling call the expected release further details later today we also reached out to board members for comment urban planners who hope to build a live over I five through downtown Seattle now know this much their dream project is at least technically feasible we got the update now from couples going take the city of Seattle contracted engineering firm W. S. P. to see if a freeway lid stretching from anyway to Madison street was even possible from an engineering and construction point of view W. S. please answer according to the urbanised dot org yes it is structurally possible even to the extent that mid rise and high rise buildings could be built on the lid that part is key to the ambitions of a group called live the I five to convince the city to pay for the study and has many I'd. it's about how to use the reclaimed land ranging from parks to affordable housing into an atmosphere outside the paramount to include even including a downtown elementary schools got mon jun Kian is an architect on the lid I five campaign the feasibility study acknowledges that such a project is neither priced out nor funded and would require input and approval from the state department of transportation Corwin Hey komo news a homeless camp located in the woods where I. five and I. ninety merges said to be cleared out today the city says Dr Jose result park has to be clear because emergency vehicles can get to certain parts of the site page Congo lives there her has lived there for the past year in and says now she'll simply move on to another camp bittersweet me does it all for you will move on to something better workers will be on site today offering services in helping people who want to move to safer places comedies time is nine thirty four up to AB next after.

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"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"That fifty eight people killed two years ago that massacre on the strip the worst mass shooting in modern US history you're listening to a BC news. stay informed como morning news. two on this Tuesday morning I'm taller with our top stories and a couple twenty four seven news that chili thirty nine under sunny skies right now in downtown Seattle the superintendent of the to home a school district in maple valley has resigned couples cutting jobs report to school board accepted the resignation resignation rather of superintendent Tony Jurado at a special meeting last night district spokesman tells me they're meeting with the board president this morning and should be able to say something further later today for now we have all the their statement from last night which says in part through the fall of neither party Mr Jurado is considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district kind of strange to face the talk up someone so much but then he said that he's not a right the right fit for registered it really doesn't make any sense racialized three boys in the district she and dozens of other parents of posted on Facebook saying they cannot believe Jurado is out without any input from parents or knowledge there was a problem I don't know anyone who has been upset about anything that he's done lord talk negatively about him at all we have reached out to the board for comment is well Karli Johnson come on a student group once a former Pullman police sergeant retried on sexual misconduct allegations details from come was Eric heights you'll Hargraves was accused of course in a washing State University student to perform a sex act on him when she was drunk and thought she was under arrest but women county jury could not reach a verdict in the trial earlier this month and a judge declared a mistrial now the associated students of Washington State University want county prosecutor Dennis Tracy to retry him the group points to DNA and other evidence presented at trial KXLY reports as of late last week Traci had not announced whether or not he would retry the case Erica it's common who's going to sign a nine oh three police at western Washington university on alert for offensive stickers and posters on campus the university says for stickers on a white nationalist group patriot front were found on campus buildings and a light.

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02:21 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"The Endangered Species Act is blamed for years of delays on a planned road project to make it safer for kids walking to and from Nisqually middle school one of the Thurston county commissioners is making it very clear he's fed up with this more from call most Carlene Johnson Thurston county commissioner Gary Edwards tells the Olympian he's fed up with the go for being prioritized over children the most I'm a pocket go for to be exact holding up a project which was approved years ago had silicon road southeast between Pacific Avenue and Marvin road because they can't get permission from the department of interior says that the. over is more important than the kids there's just one lane in each direction no turn lanes no crosswalks are bike lanes and it is dangerous the interior department has to approve though the county's mitigation plan for the pocket gopher and that's been going back and forth for years the project originally scheduled for construction in twenty seventeen now a grant for it has timed out and go on to other projects Carly Johnson komo news climate activists caused a big scene yesterday outside for Seattle branches of JP Morgan chase bank in downtown Seattle protesters set up large tripods calling on the bank to stop investing in companies that deal with fossil fuels the protests were peaceful but police did arrest eleven people at two locations when they didn't follow orders to leave in maple valley the superintendent of the to home school district is suddenly out during a special meeting last night the school board accepted the resignation of Tony Jurado and issued a statement saying in part through the fault of neither party his considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience just was not the best match for the present needs of the district parents on a Facebook page say they were blind sided by this one person wrote I cannot believe this I was so very impressed with him I've tried in the past to give the board and the destruction the benefit of the doubt but I don't think I can do that anymore we've reached out to the school district and to board members for a comment a new policy that takes effect in Portland today means you will have to ask for a plastic fork or spoon with your take out meal under the new rules businesses will only be allowed to hand out plastic items upon request well some people say the movie is inconvenient many support the change businesses that don't comply could face a five hundred dollar fine it's eight thirty nine and we're just a minute away from a como sports update are you over to its iPhone season it spread which to sprint and get a new light on a lot and I've done a lot of the meeting on the camera systems and.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"The Tullahoma school district in maple valley has resigned school board accepted the resignation of Tony Jurado at a special meeting last night we get more on this from coal most Carlene Johnson district spokesman tells me they're meeting with the board president this morning and should be able to say something further later today but for now it's only a statement that says in part through the fault of neither party Mr Gerard does considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district kind of strange to face to talk up someone so much that they face he's not a right the right fit for our district it really doesn't make any sense that's Rachel she has three boys in the district she and dozens of other parents have been posting on Facebook so they cannot believe Jurado is out without any input from parents or knowledge there was even a problem I don't know anyone who has been upset about anything that he's done lord talk negatively about him at all we have also reached out to members of the school board Carlene Johnson come on news come on his time eight oh seven could shrinking seed sizes on commercial flights put your safety at risk the FAA is planning a twelve day test to see of seats sizes impact the emergency evacuation time for the average American by federal mandate that evacuation should take no longer than ninety seconds the FAA will then use the test results to come up with seat space standards a homeless encampment that has been an eyesore along interstate ninety where it meets hi five is set to be cleared out today we get. from commerce Tammy Mutasa at Jose result park this sprawling tent city can be seen from I five and ninety page com got colder home for the last year it's close to a methadone clinic that.

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02:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony jurado" Discussed on KOMO

"Compliance with that deadline a year from today at the Portland airport recently they found despite years of talking about this approaching deadline a lot of travelers had no clue fifty percent of Oregonians contacted even heard of real ID now the federal law requires state driver's licenses and ID cards you have security enhancements and to be issued to people who can prove their legally here was passed after the September eleventh terror attacks so if you already have an enhanced driver's license that is sufficient or if you have a passport that's good enough to so was a military ID the cost of a standard license still going to be fifty four Bucks but the enhanced license will be twenty four dollars more so seventy eight dollars if you don't plan to do any traveling the standard license will be just fine later this morning I'll be at sea tac airport with officials from deal well in TSA to answer questions about this Carly Johnson come on use the word that a home a school superintendent has resigned last night the Tullahoma school board accepted the resignation of superintendent Tony Jurado and in a separate vote appointed assistant superintendent Laurie cloud as acting superintendent the school board said the former superintendent issued the following statement quote the to home school district board of directors and superintendent Tony Jurado have discovered that through the fault of neither party Mister Jurado considerable high integrity skill knowledge and experience are not the best match for the present needs of the district the board in Mr Jurado have agreed to separate as part of that agreement the board accepted the resignation from his position as superintendent effective September thirtieth commodious time five away to a homeless encampment that you've probably seen in the woods where I. five and I. ninety merge is set to be cleared out today the city. says Dr Jose Rizal park has to be cleared up because emergency vehicles can get to certain parts of the site and there been fires there page Conca has lived there for the past year and now social just simply move to another camp a bittersweet does it all for you will move on to something better workers will be on the site there today offering services and helping people who want to move to safer place the city of Bellingham is investigating a criminal complaint about the finances of a tiny home village the city says a board member of homes now filed a complaint claiming some funds have been misappropriated this comes just weeks after the ribbon cutting for unity village it's a tiny home village that sits on city property along McKenzie Avenue the mayor of Bellingham says no city funds are used to operate that camp a gunman got away after shooting a man in the chest at a busy shopping center on Grady way in Renton yesterday we get more from the scene with Cohle most Joe Marino only say a man was shot several times while he sat inside this Acura witnesses say another car pulled in along side and a man got out and stepped into.

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