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Ready for anything: Former Snoqualmie mayor Fuzzy Fletcher goes into the disaster preparedness business
Randy “Fuzzy” Fletcher is not out to scare you. He just wants to make you think, and better yet, make a plan. Fletcher, the former mayor of Snoqualmie, and his wife, Rebecca Bastian, recently went into business as Fletcher Consulting, offering disaster preparedness for businesses and families. They have operated the business since October out of their Maple Avenue home in Snoqualmie, offering everything from five-day kits to generator installation to plans for keeping a company up and running in a disaster.
Target Corporation has confirmed it is scrapping plans to construct a new store at the corner of Northeast Fourth and 116th Avenue Northeast after months of litigation with the city in order to expedite construction and amend the city's land use code.
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