Opinion

Editorial

Congratulations, Canterbury Square owners

Canterbury Square This week was an historic one in Woodinville with the purchase of the Canterbury Square Mobile Home Park by its tenants.

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The $7.6 million is worth one glass of champagne

Canterbury Square An open letter to Al and Donna DeYoung: I am writing this letter to let you know that we have no ill feelings towards you or your lawyer.

Discrediting school district used as way to fail levy

levy & bond issues For decades, the Northshore School District has passed levy and bond issues with substantial public support. Two years ago, the levy and bond issues were passed with a substantially reduced margin of approval.

Petition on vehicle speeds may actually bring official help

vehicle speeds Thank you to the residents of 174th and 171st Avenue NE (old Ball Road), Woodinville, for the participation and efforts in signing the petition in protest of the vehicle speeds we see on these roads every day.

Mink Road, again

Mink Road The speed limit on Mink Road should be raised from the present 35 mph to 40 mph. It is ridiculous to consider a slower speed limit on Mink Road than on Bear Creek Road.

New proposal brings fairness to landowners

property rights It was a real eye-opener to listen to environmentalists, etc., testifying in Olympia on HB 2223, the new, carefully-written property rights bill.

Special interests permeate government

Blakely Ridge The King County Council approved Blakely Ridge on Dec.19, despite an order from the state to delete it or bring it into compliance with the Growth Management Act.

Take measures now to reduce losses the next time

reduce losses Floods and windstorms hurt Washington State residents and businesses in late 1995. Much of the damage that resulted was preventable.