Northwest NEWS

December 14, 1998

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Peace and tranquility at Canterbury Square

Canterbury SquareIn response to the "wake-up call" to residents of Canterbury Square, I have talked to several people in the Park and no one seems to have the least idea of what he is talking about.

Residents proud of park

Canterbury SquareI think the letter in the Nov. 30 Weekly, regarding Canterbury Square Condominiums, deserves a reply.

A sad commentary

abuseI am writing about two situations that intertwine.

Solution must address many issues

soccer fieldsI usually find that in debating matters of public policy, it is possible to exchange ideas, arrive at mutual understandings, and find some common ground.

County should comply with existing law

capacity chargesTell your state legislators and King County Council members that current state law regarding capacity charges is OK and that King County should comply with that law, not seek to change it.

Volunteers needed to help in the fight against cancer

cancerThe American Cancer Society would like to send its condolences to friends and family of Superintendent John Stanford.

Deadline nears for public comment

pipelineDecember 17 is the deadline for the public to submit comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for the ill-conceived, poorly-designed Cross Cascades pipeline project.

No compelling need for pipeline

pipelineSince fuel shortages do not threaten the Tri-Cities, why should we allow this pipeline to threaten our state parks and other public facilities?

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