Last week Gig Harbor Patch welcomed Michael Caseley to our Local Voices section.
Caseley, a local bus driver, laments on the ‘Wollochet Mess.’
“BETWEEN 5PM AND 6PM THIS WHOLE STREET GRID LOCKS, CAUSING MORE FRUSTRATION TO THIS ONGOING PROJECT,” he wrote.
While we don’t encourage blogging in all-caps, Caseley’s short piece got the point across and clearly shows his frustration with the ‘Wollochet Mess’ during peak commuter hours.
Our other featured blogger, Joe Urvina, is a small business owner and native to the Puget Sound Region. He’s blogged on Patch for almost a year now on insurance-related issues from liability limits to what to do if you hit a deer.
Urvina’s latest post focuses on “smishing,” a new form of ID theft.
Want to blog on Patch, too?
Gig Harbor 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.