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Letters to the Editor - 11/02/15

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HUNTING IN THE VALLEY
I would like to respond to a letter to the editor by a former reader as follows:
Brendan Woodward wrote a response to the earlier article about the shooting of geese near the Woodinville wineries. While I understand that we live in an area that was formerly forest and farmland and that our recent and early ancestors had to live off the land, times have changed. We live in a multi-cultural world and especially in a country and state that embrace and celebrate diversity where different modes of life and values exist. An analogous example would be the recent killing of Cecil the lion. This occurred in a county where hunting and killing of wild animals have been ongoing for generations. Yet the world was outraged and continues to be even though this was perhaps a tradition to some, and certainly to that hunter.

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Letters to the Editor - 10/26/15

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CORRECTION

An editor’s note in last week’s letters to the editor contained incorrect information about who is eligible to vote for Northshore School Board candidates. Candidates for a certain seat must live in that director district, but any voter who lives within the Northshore School District boundaries may vote on all the candidates. We apologize for the mistake.
The Woodinville Weekly

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Letters to the Editor - 10/19/15

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WOODINVILLE-DUVALL ROAD

My driveway goes into the Woodinville-Duvall Road east of Cottage Lake, so I was very aware of the very long construction issues on the W-D, and chose to take alternate routes when I had to drive west, during the well-advertised delays.

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Letters to the Editor - 10/12/15

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HUNTING IN THE VALLEY

Your article, “Shooting allowed near trail, wineries,” makes it seem as though hunting in the Samammish Valley is a new thing, when in fact it is not.

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Letters to the Editor - 10/05/15

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REZONING PROPERTY

It is almost 19 years since we applied to the city to be heard regarding rezoning our property in what is now called the Critical Species Habitat, Fitzgerald subarea, Bothell. Our application was never heard in years that followed and we were subsequently forced into the new experimental designation, with a loss of 60 percent of our property put by ordinance to other purposes.

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