'There seems to be a breakdown in Edmonds right now'
Last updated 6/27/2019 at Noon
Editor's note: This story has been updated from an earlier version.
Carrie Hite grew up in Edmonds, graduating from Woodway High School in 1981. Her mother still lives here.
When she accepted a job as the City’s Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services director eight-and-a-half years ago, it was a chance to do some real, long-lasting work for her hometown.
But on June 17, Hite submitted her resignation to Mayor Dave Earling. She has accepted a job with the City of Redmond, where she will serve as its director of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services. Her last da...