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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City government has done commendable job managing growth
I am convinced many of the residential families of the city of Woodinville, the same as our family, relocated to Woodinville due to the attractiveness of a smaller town concept.
Mixing bicycles and pedestrian traffic a bad idea
The applicant for the 42-acre town center commercial development proposed for the middle of Woodinville's business district is asking that the city council agree to eliminate bicycle paths on roads within the development and designate the sidewalks as the facilities for pedestrians and bicycles.
Personal agendas within fire district
It seems that on a weekly basis I can read about our firefighters' good deeds in the pages of this paper and I hope this will continue.
Fire District board must follow wishes of the voters
I am writing this letter to alert the residents of the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District to what I feel is a gross level of misconduct being exercised by some members of the Board of Commissioners.
Fiscally prudent judgment by elected official
After attending the Fire Commissioners meeting on Monday, Apr. 1, I would like to express my thanks to commissioner David Callon.
Baccalaureate Service organizers seek support
Woodinville High School is about to graduate the class of 1996, and as their parents, we want to give them a meaningful start to their adult life.
A thank you to Northshore community
The Northshore Hawks 13-year-olds baseball team thanks all of you who came and supported us with your donations during our two car washes at the Woodinville B.P. gas station.
Initiatives foster dynamic educational marketplace
In your 3/25/96 edition, reporter Jeff Switzer quoted Strosahl as stating that we don't need vouchers because "we have site-based management and alternative programs for schools now." Why am I not convinced?