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Tabulating the benefits of recyling

recycling benefits by Rodney Hansen
Back in 1988, the only bins at the curb in King County were the kind filled with garbage headed for our landfills. It was a time when recycling was mostly about cash for cans.

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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The earth must come first

earth first Is Woodinville destined to become Totem Lake North?

Mayor's allegation called unfounded

unfounded allegation Mayor Miller is entitled to his beliefs and opinions. It would be nice if he allowed those who have different beliefs and opinions to express them without being demeaned.

'Best available science' not utilized in Cottage Lake plan

Cottage Lake plan Despite huge potential costs to all landowners in the Cottage Lake drainage area, on Oct. 24 a King County Council committee voted for a fast-track full-council adoption of the Cottage Lake Management Plan.

'Hemlock' response

response In response to JoAnne Blevins' letter to the editor in the Nov. 4, 1996 issue, I offer the following comment...

Concerns of the public should be addressed in a public forum

public forum To the Commissioners of Woodinville Fire and Life Safety District: You must address the concerns of the public in a public forum so that the elected officials can be held accountable.

Rainier School provides good care from dedicated staff members

Rainier School Two articles in the Seattle Times on Oct. 19 and 22 had the following caption: "Rainier School is accused of abuse and neglect, and is a dangerous place to live." As a parent of a son who resides at Rainier, I definitely reject these allegations.

Voters supported sale of baked goods

supporters thanked On Election Day, voters came in droves to Fall City Elementary to decide who would run our government. While there, they also made the decision to support the school by purchasing the delicious assortment of cookies and breads.