Patricia Bruce, a resident of a senior living community managed by COAST, has had enough. Her sign lists a number of her demands: “We need better security, a cleaner environment, rent equity, and a show of respect and dignity.” HK
Returning to his apartment building with a grocery bag in hand, one resident of a South Seattle senior living community was greeted by a courtyard filled with picket signs.
“They didn’t lock you up? They didn’t send dogs on ya?” he asked his protesting neighbors. “This one has warrants out in ten states,” he joked with one of the protestors.
The women within earshot laughed. They had just finished
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