How to read the Concerned Citizens of Mount Rainier


Michael Theis/Route 1 Reporter

Clockwise from top left: Ophelia Baxter, Cyndi Alexander, Carthy Boston and Charnette Robinson. These four women are the organizational hub of the Concerned Citizens of Mount Rainier, a new group whose goals have been the subject of much speculation.

What is Concerned Citizens of Mount Rainier? This question has puzzled some members of Mount Rainier’s civic sphere since before the group held its first meeting in July 2018. At that meeting, Mayor Malinda Miles dominated the discourse and pushed for the town’s charter to be re-written to give mayors...
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