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#BurienSaysEnough update

Hello Burien Neighbors, Businesses and Families, 

Reminder! The Special Meeting and Public Hearing for the removal of Charles Schaefer and censure of Cydney Moore is TODAY June 15th @ 7:00

RECAP: Both these people have used their positions of power and titles to regulate Burien as a dumping zone for Seattle’s chronic unchecked drug & homeless problem. They have acted against the best interests of all of Burien. 

This special meeting is the culmination of the last 8 weeks, don’t give up or in now. Burien needs us more than ever. 

Our crime has exploded since January, and nowhere does it state that the tax payers of Burien are responsible for anyone who chooses to take a bus ride into Burien. King County does not get to dictate to the Burien constituents. 

I have looked at the PalletShelter.org locations in Washington State – Burien would have the bulk homeless Shelters behind Tacoma. I can’t find one PalletShelter “city” in Seattle. Check out the locations here: https://palletshelter.com/locations-list/

There has been behind the doors talks of setting up a sanctioned tent city and the attached letter is proof of exactly what King County is demanding Burien provide. 

Please come and speak up and hold them accountable for what they have brought into Burien:

WHEN: Today, June 15th 

TIME: 7:00pm

WHERE: City Hall, 4th & 152nd 

ACTION: There will be two opportunities to speak. 1 minute comment how this will impact you and witnessed at the illegal encampment: 

1) Through public comment.

2) Public hearing: please be prepared to give a one-minute comment on a personal account of crime or a witness of crime at the encampment (drugs, fires, fights, etc.).

Please be there early, or sign up to speak here:


(public comment must be by 6:45)

Can’t make it to the meeting? Send the Burien Council a comment: Council@Burienwa.gov

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