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Brian Cuda

Brian Cuda
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Brian is a Liberty Lake resident, small-business owner, and is an advocate for managed growth in Liberty Lake.

Gluten Free in Liberty Lake

Learning to eat with dietary restrictions can be very frustrating. It has been almost 6 years since I went 100% gluten and dairy free....

Fujiyama in Liberty Lake Review

Residents of Liberty Lake have been waiting a very long time for some choice in dining beside pizza; which currently makes up about 30% of...

Why Does the City of Liberty Lake Pay to be Published?

According to the 2018 Budget Proposed, Liberty Lake spends a lot of money to have monthly articles printed in local newspapers. They would be...

Would you work for $8 per hour?

Since $8.00/hr is below the legal minimum wage the answer should be obvious. Before you answer, let us take look at what the job...

Nothin’ But Net – Part 2: Things You Can Buy with...

As we learned in $1.5 Million: Nothin’ But Net last week, a bid was received to replace and extend the netting around the driving...

$10,000 Twice a Year for GSI

While reviewing tonight's city council meeting agenda one number stood out in the check register because it was the largest number on the page...

$1.5 Million: Nothin’ But Net

Based on the title one might think that I have my sports jargon mixed up. However, this story is about golf. Specifically, it is...

What’s next for Liberty Lake?

Although they have yet to be certified, the elections are behind us. Facebook groups are relatively peaceful and candidate signage has been removed from...

Election Results

Liberty Lake City Council Position No. 2. Hugh Severs Position No. 4. Odin Langford Position No. 6. Mike Kennedy Source: http://results.vote.wa.gov/results/20171107/spokane/

“Blockin’ out the scenery, breakin’ my mind”

Just beyond the borders of Liberty Lake, at the intersection of Barker and Sprague, you will find a garden of colorful campaign signs. Knowing nothing...

Why did you move to Liberty Lake?

In a recent post about ideology, I stated that the most important criteria when looking for a place to live was low crime, good...

The Mayor and Me: Some Ideological Differences

During the Prop 1 debates on Facebook, group members wanted to know what I have against Mayor Steve Peterson. Later, during city campaign discussions,...

Liberty Lake City Council Candidate Forum Summary: Part Deux

Well, it was an interesting week in the race for city council. It all started on Monday with a candidate forum moderated by the...

Liberty Lake government and social media

Social media has been a fixture in most our lives for the last 10 years. For the City of Liberty Lake staff and council...

Liberty Lake City Council Candidate Forum Summary

Last night, The Splash hosted a candidate forum where the community was able to meet city council candidates as well as those running for...