We wanted to pass along a heartfelt thanks to the Northshore community for your strong support of the school district’s recent bond and levy measures.
Our committee was proud to work on behalf of our students and schools.
While we hope the information you received was helpful, we know you cast your ballot in support of our teachers and staff who care and make learning a priority.
Buildings that are well maintained and an administration that is fiscally sound. Northshore can be proud of its community and schools.
Mike Sharadin and B-Z Davis, levy/bond co-chairs
Good news about clean energy in Woodinville!
Puget Sound Energy’s 20-year plan to provide 30 percent of the power it sells to us Eastsiders by continuing to burn coal at its aging Montana coal plant was recently rebuffed by Washington’s Utilities and Transportation Commission.
As a volunteer for the Sierra Club’s Coal-Free PSE campaign, I was happy to hear that PSE will have to take the true costs of coal – on our health and our environment – into consideration in its planning.
PSE will need to rethink its 20-year plan and move to replace coal with energy efficiency and wind and solar power, which will create jobs, a clean energy economy, and a sustainable future for us, our children, and our children’s children – good news indeed.
Paula Waters, Woodinville