New day dawns for Road Warrior

The in basket: Do you ever wonder about:
w How the widening of Mile Hill Drive affects the requirement to stop for a school bus with its red lights flashing?
w The difference between a merge sign and a yield sign?
w Your chances of getting the county to pay for a windshield broken by a piece of gravel thrown up from the sand spread on the roads when they are icy?
w Why sheriff’s officers can enforce disabled parking rules in private parking lots?


The in basket: Do you ever wonder about:
w How the widening of Mile Hill Drive affects the requirement to stop for a school bus with its red lights flashing?
w The difference between a merge sign and a yield sign?
w Your chances of getting the county to pay for a windshield broken by a piece of gravel thrown up from the sand spread on the roads when they are icy?
w Why sheriff’s officers can enforce disabled parking rules in private parking lots?
The out basket: You can find the answers to those and other questions below without having to wait for them to appear in your daily Kitsap Sun. Just go on line to kitsapsun.com and check out the Road Warrior blog that you now are reading. Several not-yet-published columns are here to read already.
It’s the dawn of a new day for the Road Warrior column, and for me, its author.
I retired as an active reporter from the Kitsap Sun Saturday, but will continue to write Road Warrior as a freelancer.
In the future, each Road Warrior column will be posted on the blog first, and appear in the paper later. Until now, it’s been the other way around. In the future, I expect I can occasionally include some of the comments sent to the blog with the version that appears in print.
It’s all part of this newspaper’s evolution into an electronic, interactive news source, not just a printed one.
Road Warrior is expected to appear in print three times a week, as it has in the past.
Keep the questions coming in. When I finalize my new contact information, it will run with the column.
And thanks for all your past participation, which has kept this column running for 11 years.
New columns will be posted here beginning the first of March.

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