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On behalf of the family of Nicholas Brooke we would like to thank the Bremerton Police Department and especially Officer J.D. Miller for going above and beyond his duty in his involvement with our son, Nicholas Brooke.
Community Events, February 2015
In the last couple of months, I have been attending a series of study sessions hosted by the Bremerton School District. These are open roundtable meetings that include the district administration, members of the elected school board, members of the public and a group of school district employees who have spent the last year analyzing facility capabilities or limitations of existing district structures.
My husband, Dustin, is one of the most competitive people I know. We’ve known each other since I was first born, but I only really came to understand Dustin’s competitive nature when we were newlyweds. We were living in a small, one-bedroom apartment, and because we did not have children yet, we spent our evenings doing whatever we wanted.
As the USS Nimitz maneuvers into the Puget Sound Naval Shipyard, employing thousands with its maintenance work that we are so proud of, and our Governor announces plans to address “slow the erosion of our shared prosperity,” I can’t help but think our ports and shipyards are where we should focus. I listened with dismay this past week in a joint work session of the Commerce and Labor and Trade and Economic Development committees as trade groups and shippers detailed the challenges facing our ports amidst the slow-down of volume as a result of a labor dispute.