JULY 14, 1997
Letters to the Editor
Something smells in the Snoqualmie Valley and we're not talking about the cows!
A second place finish for a co-champion team is not a fair way to play, nor a good lesson for children.
Ring Hill article contains inaccuracies
The article in the Woodinville Weekly, July 7, on the Department of Development and Environmental Services' nonsignificance of the commerical cellular phone tower on Ring Hill contains a mixed message and half-truths from the DDES.
Thank you from WHS Senior Class
I would like to take a minute to thank all of the people who so generously supported the Woodinville High School Senior Class.
Thanks from Carnation Parade
We would like to thank all the residents on Morrison St., Stewart St., and Enwhistle who put up with the Parade set up in front of their homes. We appreciate the use of your front yards and patience.
Don't buy- fix
My neighbor, Peter Hauck, told me you called this morning concerned about the river rising over our roadway. Thank you for being concerned.
Get involved - run from office
I've been reading with great interest the last two letters to the editor from Duvall residents about the high density development moving into their neighborhood. One letter was from a longtime resident and the other from a relative newcomer. Both were feeling dismay.
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