During the last week, Renton Patch has welcomed Tom Watson and Christine Frazer as our newest bloggers.
You may be familiar with Watson through his work with King County and as the author of the EcoConsumer column in The Seattle Times.
In his first post on Patch, Green info for the picking, Watson recycles information from recent email queries, a past EcoConsumer coulmn and recent recearch.
So if you've ever wondered about cat litter composting, re-purposing building materials, or fruit-picking liabilities, check out Watson's column.
Frazer's first post, Smart Meters... Smart as a Bird, takes a different angle. And she's taking her concern to the Renton City Council.
"If you find this intriguing and would like the Renton city council to halt the smart meters until research can be done, here is the online petition I signed to ask the city for a moratorium."
However, following a stream of comments, Frazer may have a change of heart. What are your thoughts?
Want to blog on Patch, too?
Renton Patch is looking for bloggers who’d like to share their local knowledge, personal expertise, political opinions, or hobbies. We want bloggers who can have readers walk away feeling challenged, inspired, happy, sad or further educated on a particular subject. Photo and video blogs are also encouraged!
Keep in mind that this is not a reporting gig. There’s no need to be a published author or someone who needs to be told what to write about. We want you to write about what you want and when you want.
Blogging on Patch is just one more way you can get involved with your community and spark important discussion.