JUNE 9, 1997
Letters to the Editor
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How about a merger?
In the news, we hear and read about mergers a lot lately. Here is an idea. I am sure readers of the Woodinville Weekly will write! How about a merger between Bothell and Woodinville?
Seahawks are a value to the community
Thanks to the generosity of the Seattle Seahawks' offensive line, pediatric patients and families at Evergreen Hospital Medical Center will have a wonderful new playroom to help take their minds off being in the hospital.
King County landowners will be interested in this latest example of King County's land use idiocy...
Bothell approves new police station
My compliments go to you 6,432 Bothell voters who, by 64.4%, overwhelmingly approved a new police station. Your votes gave the City authority to issue general obligation bonds, bonds to purchase land and build a new police station and emergency operations center (EO
Juvenile crime solutions
One may think that juvenile crime is not a problem for the people of the United States, or even for the people of the state of Washington. How many times a month do you hear about a juvenile crime on the news? Probably not once or twice a month.
No freedom without sacrifice
Having gone to the GAR Cemetery on Memorial Day (Grand Army of the Republic; those Civil War veterans who died for our country), it made me realize we are here because so many of them are there at the cemetery.
Conditional Use permit application for amphitheater withdrawn
Remlinger Farms had applied for a Conditional Use permit to the Carnation Planning Commission for the purpose of hosting family entertainment concerts primarily in the summer season. I withdrew our request last week.
I know it's only Carnation, but I like it!
When we relocated to this area from Glens Falls, New York, just five short years ago, I never suspected at that time was that I would come to regard Carnation's greatest treasure as the people who lived there.
More thoughts on the 124th Ave NE Novelty Bridge closure
Two comprehensive letters have already been addressed to the editor regarding the road closure for replacement of the bridge on 124th Avenue NE in the Snoqualmie Valley. Rather than reiterate their sentiments, I wish to further address two issues.
Corporate downsizing has come to Duvall
When Ted Ritter sold his medical practice to Medalia a few years ago, it was with the understanding that he would stay on as an employee. Now big medicine has decided to downsize. Ted is no longer needed. Baloney!