December 7, 1998
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Letters to the Editor
Response to letter on Canterbury Square
In answer to the letter last week about Canterbury Square, first of all, here are the results of our annual November survey. The numbers indicate the excellent performance of staff and satisfaction of our residents.
Random acts of kindness appreciated
I drive a Metro bus and I wish to share with you and your readers the very unusual experiences I have had on the streets of King County this week.
Out of darkness--we have light!
Thank you to all the local businesses who have participated in Duvall's Holiday Lighting this year.
Canterbury Square is a great place to live
An item appeared in the Nov. 30 issue of this paper regarding Canterbury Square written by one of our residents which must be rebutted. I have never in my life been more angered and embarrassed.
A sad state
The lack of a school contract in the Riverview School District is near cat-fight status; students are carrying home horror stories of maltreatment, crowded classrooms, and poverty wages to their mortified parents.
NYSA candidate speaks out
With the Northshore Youth Soccer Association (NYSA) elections coming up, I want to announce my intent to seek re-election to the NYSA Board as registrar. My name is Someone Else.
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