December 15, 1997
Letters to the Editor
Creeks and streams
What are the solutions, if any, to all the problems by excess water entering our streams not only from Hollywood Hill, but other sites as well?
No margin of safety for fish
Because sufficient streamside protection has not been provided by the developers, silt has overwhelmed the "significant spawning" creek named Tuck Creek just across the valley. That is the main source of the current problem.
Kaplan price seems too high
The two adjacent articles on page 2 of the December 1st Woodinville Weekly offered insight into government standards.
Other gas pipelines options need to be explored
Hundreds of valley citizens have become members of the CCA because they understand the unacceptable risks of transporting millions of gallons of gasoline, jet fuel and diesel over this precious land throughout the Snoqualmie Valley.
Time for Reno to go and credibility returned to the Justice Department
Within hours of her confirmation, Janet Reno showed her "independence" by firing all 93 United States attorneys so Clinton could appoint friendly replacements and shut down several investigations underway.
Who is responsible?
Who is responsible for the large lumber truck or roof-truss supply truck that was delivering a load to someone on the Woodinville-Duvall Road at 8:20 a.m. Monday, Nov. 24 in the area between 171st and the Woodinville Water District office.
Dear Criticizers of the Cedarcrest Senior Project:
I am a senior at the high school and member of the Riverview School District since Kindergarten, and I would like to tell my side of the story.
The City of Carnation will say good-bye this month to Colleen McDermott and Mike Mitchell as City Councilmembers.
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