Northwest NEWS

February 15, 1999

Editorial

Guest Editorial

Northshore Schools a smart investment

Northshore SchoolsRecently, we learned that the Northshore School District is cutting $2.9 million, or 2.3%, from its 1998-1999 budget. While this is a lot of money, a brief review of the facts shows that it is the smart thing to do.

Letters to the Editor

It makes sense to preserve what we already have

preservationI'm curious how many Highway 9 commuters are aware of what Snohomish County has planned for their commuting pleasure.

No transportation taxation without representation

transportation taxationSome of the Regional Transit Authority's proposals for Eastside express bus service are so unbelievable, that I beg readers to raise an outcry at the upcoming public meetings.

Kenmore needs to take a more creative approach to LakePointe traffic

LakePointe trafficWe wish to comment again on the appeal of a commercial site development permit for the LakePointe development in Kenmore, which has been covered several times in the Northlake News.

Questions for King County Executive Ron Sims

questions for Ron SimsI received one letter from King County Dept. of Development and Environmental Services. I assume it came through Sims' office. So I have some questions for him: Why didn't you answer my letter?

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