Northwest NEWS

March 29, 1999

Editorial

Letters to the Editor

Neighborhood needs lower speed limit

lower speed limitI am writing in hopes of getting some resolution for a problem that the Woodinville City Council has decided to ignore. In fact, some people think they've made it worse.

Duvall police made wise decision

traffic redirectedI think the Duvall Police Department is entitled to a rousing round of applause and a hearty thank you from the citizens of Duvall.

Over-fishing is causing reduced numbers of fish, no loss of habitat

over-fishingQuestion: Twenty years after farmers left the area because of high taxation and development, the fish population has dropped dramatically? Why?

Reader enjoyed Oscar's writing

Oscar RoloffI don't think the word "enjoy" is right to describe an article that announces someone's death, but that's all I can think of.

Another perspective

truck accidentRegarding the truck accident on Novelty Hill that was reported on in the Valley View recently: I was directly behind the truck, and he was not going uphill and he did not roll backward off Novelty.

The real goal is to prevent extinction

salmonI would like to offer another perspective to a letter in the March 8th edition of the Woodinville Weekly addressing stream restoration efforts and cautioning against implementing further enhancement measures to save endangered salmon.

Neighboring cities must have had a reason for cell tower moratoriums

cell tower moratoriumsWhile the neighboring cities declared a moratorium on cellular towers, Woodinville was busy issuing permits and has become the cellular capital of the Eastside.

Benefit auction a big success

Camp Orkila AuctionOn Friday, March 19, the parents and students of Cherry Valley Elementary hosted our third Camp Orkila Auction. Thank you to all the community members who joined us in supporting our students.

Thanks for children's books

book drivesThe Baha'is of Woodinville extend their appreciation to everyone who donated children's books at the Arts and Crafts Fair at the Woodinville Library on March 6, and during various neighborhood book drives.

Local support appreciated

local supportFall City Elementary School PTSA would like to thank the many local businesses that supported and/or donated to our annual Spaghetti Dinner and Raffle.

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