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WASHAM: Recall should proceed quickly

Letter by Richard M. Densmore, Spanaway on Nov. 4, 2010 at 11:17 am with 3 Comments »
November 4, 2010 2:03 pm

The continuing saga of the Pierce County Assessor-Treasurer dictates firm, swift action to remove him from his position. No one can trust the decisions coming from that office with the constant animosity and hostile working conditions endorsed by Dale Washam.

Laura Farris should have total public support in her recall submission.

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  1. olympicmtn says:

    One word. RICCOBONO v. Cathy Pearsall-Stipek (Pierce County). The case cost well over $750,000.

    Where was the TNT on this lawsuit? Where was the TNT on recalling Stipek? Anyone? Bueller, Bueller?

    And the famous email from our current elected official in office down the hall from Washam asking for help by the TNT and a former editor to help with framing an article for her election. The TNT’s hands are dirty. Goes to MOTIVE as to why the TNT is so nervous about this whole assessing of commercial property fix. If there was real journalism they’d do a “data dump” of the last 10 years of property taxes, produce a mapping spreadsheet, profile and note all the hot spots and then find a “coincidence” of those property owners who benefited. But only if you had investigative journalist versus “pushers” to produce news and make everyone look left while Washam is investigating the fraudulent signatures from the previous administration. I say expose the scab. Do it. And we’re still waiting for Cathy Pearsall-Stipek to pay back the $750,000 she cost the county.

  2. d237154 says:

    Laura Farris – sign me up!

    olympicmtn sounds like Washam himself.

  3. Tales_of_the_Bizarro_World says:

    One word. You are a nut.

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