Northwest NEWS

November 30, 1998

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

ball fields I, too, attended the Hollywood Hill Association's (HHA) recent annual meeting. However, I have a very different perspective on the meeting than Mr. Tanksley reported in his letter.

Advice from sheriff's department didn't work

advice I'd like to warn readers about something published in the Nov. 9 issue of the Woodinville Weekly.

A wake-up call for Canterbury Square residents

Canterbury Square Having been a resident of Canterbury Square Mobile Home Park for a number of years, I wonder about the "Peace and Humanity" we residents hear so much about in the monthly publication of the Canterbury Crier.

Government should be dealing with real estate brokers

real estate The King County Council's review of its purchase of the abandoned east Lake Sammamish railroad right-of-way from the non-profit Land Conservancy of Seattle-King County should not be confined just to that purchase.

Let your legislators know how you feel

legislators There have been some excellent letters recently protesting the Olympic Pipe Line and the North Bend gravel pit and cement plant. I wish to add my voice loud and clear in protest.

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