Letters to the Editor
Letters to the Editor are welcome and encouraged. Please send them to us at: P.O. Box 587 or 17936 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd.; Woodinville, WA 98072; or deliver them to our office. They may also be faxed to (206) 486-7593. Letters must be signed and must include a daytime telephone number for confirmation. They may be edited.
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Why should I vote for the school levy?
After all, I'm retired and my income consists of Social Security and a small pension. I have no children in school and although I have grandchildren, they live in another state, so why should I pay for the education of someone else's children?
Avoid fear and vote rationally
Next week is the election for Northshore schools, on February 6th. It will determine the next three years of my children's education. I do not want them to have less than the quality they have now.
This time an easy decision
Five years ago, my wife and I faced a difficult decision. I had been transferred to this area and we had to choose where to settle. Like many people facing this decision, the quality of the education available to our children was the primary force in our selection.
Schools, kids, deserve the best
I bet you haven't been inside a school for quite awhile, right? Well, why not take some time to do just that, soon, and see what exciting, innovative projects and activities the students of Northshore work on daily.
Providing distorted information is not honest or ethical
I recently read a letter about the Northshore School District in [another newspaper], and the inaccuracies in the letter really bothered me. I also understand that some people are attempting to discredit the Feb. 6 school election by distributing false information.
American freedoms a sham if property can be taken so easily
Okay, so my husband and I are avowed environmentalists who believe if more people don't act as wise stewards of their land, we'll condemn future generations to a bleak existence on a barren planet.
County should stop wasting tax dollars suing the public
The Central Puget Sound Growth Management Hearing Board, responding to opposition requests for reconsideration, rejected the urban designation of the Novelty Hill Urban Planned Developments (Blakely Ridge and Northridge).
Services to help students with special needs
Do you know of a child with special needs? Perhaps you know of a student with a leaning or developmental disability? Many services are aviable to assist families with resource information and educational options for their children.