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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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Letters to the Editor - 9/28/15

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DIRT SLOPE

Further to the article a few weeks ago regarding the dirt mountain on Hollywood Hill, with all due respect to the community of Mounterra and the contractor who both ultimately have benefited from this project, this is hardly a “correction” of sinking land. If this were, then it would have been done in keeping with the topography of the area, not a man-made hill of such height that it seems to pose more of a safety threat now than the original landfill did!

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Letters to the Editor - 9/21/15

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BEER AWARDS

Woodinville brewing industry has grown rapidly over the last few years from just one large craft brewer to seven and counting. Bothell and Kenmore have also seen several breweries open as well. I was pleased to see recognition, in the Applause section of last week’s paper for Redhook’s beer “No Equal” winning a gold medal for American Light Ales at the 2015 Washington Beer Awards. This was not the only medal won by our local brewers and I think we should equally recognize their achievements.

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Letters to the Editor - 9/14/15

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CAMPAIGN SIGNS
It has been brought to my attention that my signs have very recently been removed from parts of the Woodinville area, including signs that were on private property. Interestingly, I have been informed that my opponent’s signs remain untouched.

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