January 12, 1998
Letters to the Editor
Where was your teenager on New Year's Eve?
If you're not sure where your son or daughter was, let me enlighten you. They could have been at my house.
Forgotten citizens have concerns
Placing 3,000 additional trips on these narrow roads which run adjacent to Kokanee Elementary School and Woodinville High School invites disaster. This message was learned a few years ago when a young student leaving the school was struck and killed by a passing vehicle on the narrow roadway.
Why was assessed valuation raised for EMS levy?
Private ambulances can fill the rest until our governments realize we really do expect emergency medical service as a basic, fully-funded service, not just an excess levy to be voted up or down according to the whim of the moment.
A thank you and a question
What is a person to do when an unidentified pet is found? If you are willing to house the pet till the owner is found, is there any organized way to spread the word of the lost animal?
Northshore schools deserve a 'yes' vote
The graduation of our daughter this June will culminate over 25 years of Northshore education for our family. We firmly believe that our consistent support of education over that period of time was one of the best investments we have made.
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