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  • Moore: ‘Thank you Federal Way!’

    Moore: ‘Thank you Federal Way!’

    Councilmember Martin Moore is humbled and honored to have been re-elected to the Federal Way City Council, Pos. 6, following his landslide 54 to 45 percent win in the November 2017 elections. “I’m so, so blessed,” Moore said. “Serving my community is my dream come true; another chapter in the American Dream I get to live each and every day.” Moore …Read More »
  • Election Night with Moore, Celski!

    Election Night with Moore, Celski!

    Federal Way City Councilmembers Martin Moore and Bob Celski will host Election Night Federal Way at Poverty Bay Cafe (map) on Nov. 7 at 7 pm, and everyone is invited to join Martin and Bob for live music, desserts, drinks, and election results! Election Night starts at 7 pm, with Martin and Bob arriving immediately after that night’s Federal Way City …Read More »
  • Moore announces “2018 and Beyond: Blueprint for a Second Term”

    Moore announces “2018 and Beyond: Blueprint for a Second Term”

    Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore has announced his “2018 and Beyond: Blueprint for a Second Term,” laying out his policy priorities and goals after re-election so Federal Way voters, other city leaders, and all residents know exactly where he stands and what he intends to work on. “I’m pleased to present my blueprint for the next four years,” Moore said. “These are …Read More »
  • Meet Martin Moore [Video]

    Meet Martin Moore [Video]

    “From an orphan to your Councilmember, this is the story of a Bulgarian child who was given a chance. It’s my story, sure, but in many ways it’s also the story of Federal Way, of our state, and of America.Read More »
  • Community Suppers saved, now at Christian Faith Center

    Community Suppers saved, now at Christian Faith Center

    The Federal Way Community Caregiving Network’s Monday-night Community Suppers, which came close to ending entirely after their previous host building was sold, will now be held at 5:30 p.m. the Christian Faith Center (33645 20th Ave. S.). “This is the best part of being a Councilmember: Being able, and knowing how, to serve my community,” said Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore. “I’ve been …Read More »
  • Leo Rojas: Tomorrow’s advocate today

    Leo Rojas: Tomorrow’s advocate today

    by Jason Ludwig The future of advocacy – the future of Federal Way – lies in the heart, mind, and talent of motivated youths like Leo Rojas. Leo, a 16-year-old sophomore at Decatur High School, is a passionate advocate for his community. Where others see problems, Leo sees solutions, and he acts on it with his blend of energy and …Read More »
  • Moore statement on Aug. 12 white supremacist rally in VA

    Moore statement on Aug. 12 white supremacist rally in VA

    Federal Way City Councilmember issues the following statement on the August 12 white supremacist melee in Charlottesville, Virginia: “Nazis, fascists, and dictators spent 50 years ravaging the country I was born in, Bulgaria, before their inevitable defeat,” Moore said. “Now supporters of the same poisonous beliefs want to buy tiki torches in bulk and ravage America as well. “We are one nation; …Read More »
  • Federal Way shoots down supervised heroin-injection site idea

    Federal Way shoots down supervised heroin-injection site idea

    (Coverage from KOMO News) FEDERAL WAY, Wash. – Saying they will offer no sanctuary for illegal drug use, Federal Way city councilmembers on Tuesday night banned heroin injection sites in the city. The vote follows a recommendation by a King County task force to open two supervised injection facilities, only one of which would be in Seattle. A resolution opposing …Read More »
  • Moore introducing resolution opposing Federal Way heroin-injection sites

    Moore introducing resolution opposing Federal Way heroin-injection sites

      Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore will introduce a resolution rejecting heroin-injection sites in the city at the Federal Way City Council’s August 8 regular meeting. The need to act arose after Manka Dhingra, a State Senate candidate in the 45th district covering Kirkland and Sammamish, said Saturday in an online Q&A at Reddit.com that Federal Way was the …Read More »
  • Moore: Statement on “Nay” vote for Comprehensive Plan proposal

    Moore: Statement on “Nay” vote for Comprehensive Plan proposal

      July 19, 2017 Federal Way City Councilmember Martin Moore voiced his opposition to a Comprehensive Plan Amendment study proposal that threatens local neighborhoods and resources, issuing the following statement after the July 18 vote: “I strongly support development and the good jobs, economic infrastructure, and expanded opportunities that come with it. But supporting development does not mean we can’t …Read More »