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June 24, 2020 www.mukilteobeacon.c0m Mukilteo Beacon i3 } from page ed in the protest She was wearing a mask when she spoke to the protestors, but she did not follow the social separation requirements or the limits on crowd size participation. She permitted the protest organizers to not coop- erate with the City requirements for an event permit and authorized spending taxpayer money to pay for overtime for both police and public works employees to work on Sun— day. l have not heard any discussion about this by the Council who make City Policy. - Mayor Gregerson responded to me the morning of the protest saying the organiz- ers would not cooperate with the City's requirements to apply for an event permit, but she permitted them to go forward any— way and the police chief coordinated the protest with the protest organizers. She said the Speedway would be closed for them to walk to 84th from the library and return. She did not provide the criteria needed to obtain a permit or to close the Preserve Mukilteo in a humane, welcoming way I’m writing to agree with and sup— port both Diane Syrnms and Iohn and 'Ann Collier, regarding the cards sent out p by Peter Zieve and his supporters. Thank you for reminding everyone how this community has welcomed Asian people in the past and continues to do so. Especially in this time when we are reminded about the gaps that people of color and disabili— ty face in law enforcement, housing, health care, wages, food etc. We need to help people rise up not persist in keeping them down. Preserve Mukilteo in a humane, welcoming way. Janice Moorhead Mukilteo Defimding the police will make the community less safe Unless you have been living under a rock, to defund police departments. Supporters will clarify that they don’t wish to abolish police, but their goal is to decrease funding and rearrange the police budget. But make no mistake, the defunding agenda will put less officers on the streets, making life more dangerous for them and it will make our communities less safe I support my local police and appreciate the job they do. If you feel like I do, then the police and the politicians need to hear your voice. Please join me in speaking up for police officers. The defunding group is loud, swift and highly organized. Ask all city and county councilmembers how they feel about the issue and remember their responses when you vote. If they suggest taking funds away from police and into more "community ser- vice” type funds, remember those funds are a bottomless pit and offer no accountability aea? 2a. . aéiiiRSyhesa Texas... to whether they make a difference or not. Remember that nationally American tax- payers spent millions on the DARE program only to years later realize it had zero effect on drug use. Kathy/Robinson Mukilteo What are the reasons for pursuing a housing action plan? An open letter to the Mayor, City Coun- cil, and citizens of Mukilteo: The subiect is a proposal to do a con- sulting study with Berk Consulting about a HAP Washington State Housing Actiop, Plan. I would like to better understand sev- eral questions. I understand Everett and Lynnwood city seeAND MORE lETTERS page !5 b Speedway and have City employees hired to control traffic and the protest crowd. I asked for that information expecting to learn that there must be criteria. Or, can anyone who wants to protest something form a group to march down the Speedway you know that there is a national movement g Mickey’s Hometown without a permit and with police and public BarberShDP g ' ' ' s works assrstance. She has not provrded this Now open by Appointment criteria. 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