Northwest NEWS

November 23, 1998


Letters to the Editor

Officers are doing a great job, but teens need a place to get together

officers & teens During a terribly stormy night last Friday from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m., I was privileged to do a four-hour ride along with Officer Craig Barnes of the Woodinville police.

In the case of salmon, actions seem to speak louder than words

salmon Whoa to such inconsistency among Governor Gary Locke, King County Executive Ron Sims and the Oct. 19 Pacific Fishery Management Council's draft recommendations for protecting salmon habitat.

Student wants something done about bad word on sign

bad word I am sending this letter because of a sign. The sign says "Welcome to Bothell." I know nothing is wrong with that, but somebody spray-painted out the "Bot" in Bothell, and now it says "Welcome to hell."

Duvall has demonstrated its readiness for more performing arts

performing arts Recently, I worked with the Duvall Arts Commission to bring two presentations to Cedarcrest High School under the auspices of the King County Performance Network. Duvall's audiences responded with open-mindedness and enthusiasm.

Runner doesn't get it; what were the planners thinking?

Wilmot Gateway Park I had the pleasure yesterday of running through Woodinville's new Wilmot Gateway Park. What were the planners thinking?

Maltby resident finds signing with Olympic is not worth the risk

oil pipeline My Maltby-area property lies within the Olympic Pipe Line Company's easement corridor for their proposed Cross-Cascade oil pipeline. When Olympic offered me $1,500 for my easement signature, I first thought, wow!

Working together leads to success of Duvall Police Department

Duvall Police On behalf of the City of Duvall and the Duvall Police Department, I wish to express my sincere appreciation to the citizens of Duvall who have provided their support during this election year.

A vice or a virture?

vice & virture "...Woodinville is wondering if there are vices, such as having an attorney at City Hall three days a week." So said your article (Nov. 2) on the proposed budget for Woodinville.

Sno-Valley Seniors thank community efforts for successful anniversary dinner

Sno-Valley Seniors The Sno-Valley Seniors held their successful second anniversary dinner Saturday, Oct. 24. Over 120 diners enjoyed the evening at the Tolt Middle School with a delicious prime rib meal.

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