This internship began when I was only sixteen and a junior at the Napavine High School. I was a shy and timid student, working on my school projects and studying in my spare time. I had to step out of my comfort zone to interview students and staff, and travel to school activities. Inevitably, I grew to like the spontaneity and adventure the Town Crier Newspaper provides. I have been granted countless opportunities to meet new people and most importantly, experiment with creative writing.
Recently, Winlock has seen a lot of issues and they seem to be continuing. Issues like no permits for the waterline extension, a lawsuit by a Toledo Police officer, failing infrastructure, and now we have an incomplete Comprehensive Plan. Comprehensive plans are part of future planning for any municipality and recently the City of Winlock completed theirs, but did not complete it per the requirements of the State of Washington Revised Code of Washington (RCW) or the Washington Administrative Code (WAC) which gives the laws for the state. This plan affects not just the City of Winlock but includes those who live in the Urban Growth Area (UGA).
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