January 5, 1998
Letters to the Editor
Support and visits appreciated
Thank you to our comunity for the outpouring of support we have received during these very difficult days.
'Twas the night before Christmas
Thanks to our soldiers...
What a Christmas present!
The DDES claims that the water tower at Saybrook is urban; therefore, a microwave tower is compatible. On this basis DDES has broken zoning laws, or can variances supersede all zoning laws? The "urban" water tower's presence is now an open door for any "urban" activity in a rural-residential zoned area.
A Cocoon House is the answer
We have a lot of homeless teens in the city of Woodinville, and we should do something about it. If a child is abused by their parents, guardian, or maybe even school friends or friends of their parents, then GET WITH IT!
Thank you for serving so well
I believe that you, Dr. Bridges and the many firefighters who participated in this rescue attempt should be commended for your commitment to the safety of ALL of God's creatures and for the selfless hard work expended on our behalf.
A critical decision must be made
Fifty percent of the people who have their heart go into ventricular fibrillation in King county are saved by the Medic One system. This is the highest survival rate in the nation.
Reassurances for PUD customers
Recent articles in some local newspapers have made it sound like your Snohomish County PUD is planning to abandon its electricity customers in search of new businesses. I want to assure you that couldn't be further from the truth.
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