Northwest NEWS

June 15, 1998

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

'Little boxes' writer is right on

 I am getting so tired of the mentality around here, of telling everyone else what they can and can't do with their property.

In memory of Julian Karp, past superintendent of Northshore School District

 I couldn't help but think that Julian felt under-appreciated in his later years. So, I just couldn't let the opportunity pass to share these remembrances of a good friend and an outstanding community servant.

Inclusion of special needs children should be a priority

 Regarding the article in the June 1, 1998 Valley View about the Headstart program in the Riverview School District, we would like to add a few comments. Our daughter is "the one in the wheelchair" referred to in the article. For the record, she is a special, smiling, eager-to-learn little girl, who happens to use a wheelchair.

Now you've done it, Denny Redman!

 Congratulations to Novelty Neighbors! And thanks, Denny Redman, for saying it so well.

Planning Commission appreciates work done by Joe Wallis

 We wish to thank him for his insights, the years of experience, generosity of spirit and good humor that saw us through many difficult issues. He always helped us meet the challenge with careful thought and planning.

"Daddy's Fund" still needs help

 Our goal has been to assist this family to prevent them from losing their apartment and going deeply into debt through large loans. Anyone who is interested in helping this family is still encouraged to do so as the fund program is currently open.

Fire departments were valuable part of Duvall Days

 With all the negatives reported these days, it is extremely important that strong upstanding male and female role models are shown in our community.

Thanks to businesses who made donations to auction

 Businesses, families, staff and students helped make the Cottage Lake Elementary PTA Silent Auction a very successful fundraiser for Disaster Preparedness.

This is not the time to shirk our responsibilities

 With over 54 % of the people saying "yes" to this Park Bond, it is crystal clear that the majority of Bothell tax payers still feel a critical need for parks and recreation.



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