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Guest Editorial

Kids are going back to school: Let's show them that we really care

Guest Editorial by Richard W. Riley, U.S. Secretary of Education
Now that kids are going back to school, it's a good time to ask: Where do you have to live to find good schools?

Letters to the Editor

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Correction to my letter of August 12

letter corrected I am obligated to correct a statement I made in my letter published by you August 12. I misinterpreted information I had, and stated that our two Washington Senators voted against two bills.

For the record on Sorenson property

Sorenson property This is a letter from another "former City Councilmember" who has gotten a little frustrated with some of Bob Dixon's writings attacking the purchase of the Sorenson property and playfields.

Civic Center: gateway to Heritage Corridor

Civic Center Over the past 9 months, I have been involved in developing a Heritage Corridor plan for State Route 202, looking at possibilities for heritage interpretation along the highway corridor from Woodinville to North Bend.

Support for Civic Center

Civic Center Time is fast approaching when we residents of Woodinville will have to make a decision that will affect all of us for years to come. I am referring to the September election when the Civic Center will be on the ballot again.

Letter to King County Council Budget & Fiscal Management

King County Council Budget King County should significantly lower the tax rate on downzoned, preserved land in the rural areas of the county. Urban areas and designated forest and agricultural production districts aren't affected by property taxes as are rural landowners.

City to make 132nd Ave. NE "treeless"

132nd Ave. NE I used to think that people who lived in Woodinville actually liked the semi-wooded atmosphere. Yet it will soon resemble Any Suburb USA. And the city planners tell me that is what the residents want.

Irked with drivers who let others cut in

irked with drivers I'm not alone! I thought that I was the only one who was irked when cars let others cut in front of them.