The investigation has just begun, so the title is obviously speculation. But a man responsible for cutting decisions is shot in the chest by a parks worker. The originating article hints at assignations in the subtext but nothing has been stated. So if interpersonal is ruled out what is left is a sign of enormous pressure. Pressure that never should have been applied. It is in lean times when communities rely on parks and recreation the most because commercial entertainment is out of reach. Tragedy is inevitable if bread and circuses are not provided.
She has been located:
UPDATED AT 4:15 P.M.: Seattle police are searching for a Parks and Recreation Department employee after she allegedly shot a man in the chest at a department maintenance building north of Green Lake.
The victim, 65-year-old Bill Keller, was shot just before 2 p.m. at the building at North 82nd Street and Densmore Avenue North, police said. He is at Harborview Medical Center in critical but stable condition, according to police.
Keller is the executive director of the Associated Recreation Council (ARC), is a non-profit that runs the city’s community centers. ARC is based in the building where the shooting took place