Questions asked of Woodinville Fire Commission
The following letters were written to the Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District Board of Commissioners, with copies submitted for publication:
Commissioner resignation submitted
It is with deep mixed emotions that I must resign effective today as Fire Commissioner of Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District.
Replacement procedure called unprofessional
In my 20 years of management and leadership experience, I have never witnessed such an unprofessional and blatant abuse of power to further the agendas of those who told the employees of Woodinville Fire and Life Safety that the board was united.
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City cannot afford mistakes
Taxpayers beware: We lost some of our revenue from the lack of effort and research on the part of your city government.
Resurfacing shows city government cares
On behalf of the Kingswood area residents, especially the children, I would like to thank you and the Woodinville City Council for resurfacing our neighborhood streets.
Those who damage road should pay for repair
As residents of the Ring Hill neighborhood, we have been happy with our rural lifestyle. Last fall, our neighborhood finally began to change.
Go to the source for information
I have been receiving anti-Mormon material in the mail. The materials are outright lies!
Letter carriers food drive will assist families in need
I'm especially pleased to report that during last month's Letter Carriers Food Drive, Woodinville letter carriers helped collect 30,466 pounds of food for the food bank of the Northshore Multi-Service Center in Bothell.
County hasn't been requiring land swap
I managed to hold my tongue the first time the Hollywood Hill Association spokesman proclaimed the association indeed is not opposed to the proposed downtown fire station (even though they appear to be erecting every imaginable hurdle to see it doesn't happen).
Still no sidewalk; worst fears may come true
Summer is upon us once again, and most of us try to find any reason possible to be outside and enjoy the sun: from gardening, boating, riding a bike, walking, etc. The latter of these reasons is at the core of why I am writing to you today.
State officials show no stomach to enforce GMA
A recent decision by the Growth Management Hearings Board is a troubling omen to all those who support the State's Growth Management Act.
Utilize Duvall's new trucks
This is directed at Duvall City Hall. I have really never written a negative-type letter on any issue. But today I am, as my concern is dealing with how we are all having our taxes spent.