Kelly Rae Mathews 
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Re: “Snow Removal Blues

Interesting when the Inlander, the liberal publication, writes a sympathetic article, to the "plan" and the Spokesman-Review, the conservative paper writes an article comparing other cities management to Spokane's versus the statements of those in charge of the budget for our streets. When the SR makes a criticism it's probably well beyond the time for something to be done. I'm surprised, Inlander. I think we'd all like to know how, in a multi-million dollar streets budget, the city only allotted $750,000 to snow-plowing, knowing this was going to be terrible winter? If Madison, WI and other cities about our size are doing a better job, it's time to ask some different questions. The revenue being lost from lack of plowing may be greater than that spent on not plowing, not to mention accidents this year. I think it's time for a lot of us to speak up at City Hall next public opportunity. People getting stuck on Main Street Downtown, a major thoroughfare. Plows going around with their blades up. People want answers.

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 01/10/2017 at 2:46 PM

Re: “I Saw You

Response to "Love Always Only For You I saw you waiting for me." When people write these "love letters" that are so generalized they need to start including a detail that is specific of significance that the person they are writing to will recognize. There are to many people who've been put in these same positions time and again. Imagine how many people, like me, were reading it over and over again until reasoning out it wasn't intended for them. Even if it's a been a long time, words you might have always wanted to hear from a former lover even from years ago, can make a person stop in their tracks. While I know this wasn't intended for me, a detail like for instance "You wanted to know if we could share a life together after Pig Out in the Park, I said no, I was wrong" that would be a detail more specific. Otherwise it's just more of the same vagueness and mixed messages and mind changing that led to the heartbreak in the first place.

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 11/03/2016 at 6:19 PM

Re: “I Saw You

I am really disappointed the Inlander did not post my response to "Love Always Only For You I saw you waiting for me." From last week. So here I am, posting it now: When people write these love letters that are so generalized they need to start including a detail that is specific of significance that the person they are writing to will recognize. There are to many people who've been put in these same positions time and again. Imagine how many people, like me, were reading it over and over again until reasoning out it wasn't intended for them. Even if it's a been a long time, words you might have always wanted to hear from a former lover can make a person stop in their tracks. While I know this wasn't intended for me, a detail like for instance "You wanted to know if we could share a life together after Pig Out in the Park, I said no, I was wrong" that would be a detail more specific. Otherwise it's just more of the same vagueness and mixed messages and mind changing that led to the heartbreak in the first place.

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 11/03/2016 at 6:17 PM

Re: “I Saw You

Hey LJ. Try getting some therapy instead of blaming everyone else.

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 11/03/2016 at 6:11 PM

Re: “Healing Forward

Thank you for posting this meaningful peace towards healing. "While there is a bothersome strain of "Spokane nice" among professional circles, the kind of generosity and concern that Dolezal generally benefited from in our community is actually a strength to be proud of, not a weakness to root out.

Ultimately, only Dolezal can take responsibility for her actions. No amount of personal doubt or collective grief around false narratives of Spokane can absolve her of the need to provide the accountability our community deserves." Well said.

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 06/25/2015 at 11:24 PM

Re: “Snakes in the Class

YES! Looking forward to this, sounds like a blast!

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 04/10/2015 at 11:44 AM

Re: “Spokane Shock

It is important for all of us to think about what kind of city we want Spokane to become and then figure out how to be part of that. Thank you, Mariah!

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Posted by Kelly Rae Mathews on 03/23/2015 at 4:41 PM

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